Heart attack survivors who skip breakfast or eat dinner close to bedtime are four to five times more likely to die, have another heart attack or have angina.
Women born overseas, those who smoke during pregnancy and those of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are the least likely to be vaccinated when pregnant.
A new treatment for severe epileptic seizures in children will halve the number of kids being ventilated and sent to intensive care.
A new study has found that the overproduction of kynurenic acid in schizophrenia patients could be detrimental to brain function.
A new study has found that half of patients on statins have still not achieved healthy cholesterol within two years, suggesting a need for personalised care.
Many aged-care facilities are taking over a week to provide antivirals to elderly residents after a flu breakout, well over the 24-hour recommendation.
In the past 20 years, the suicide rate for people discharged from hospital after presenting with suicidal thoughts or behaviours has dropped 50%.
A major study has found that shiftworkers are more likely to develop coronary artery disease than daytime workers.
A new Australian study has found that a fifth of fatal strokes in people aged under 45 years are due to psychostimulant use.
Pregnant women who sleep on either side during their last three months of pregnancy reduce their risk of a stillbirth by half.
Improper removal of personal protection equipment (PPE) has the potential to spread drug-resistant bacteria, a new study has found.
Patients with severe and deadly inherited blood disorders may soon have a 100% cure rate, thanks to a bone marrow transplant.
Recurrent pregnancy loss may be caused by damaged sperm DNA in the male partner, according to new research.
A simple test developed by South Australian researchers could eliminate painful endoscopies.