The Christmas holiday period can present as a particularly challenging time for medication adherence.
Older Australians may be missing out on protection against pertussis because GPs tend to focus on vaccinating those in close contact with young children.
QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute is calling for south-east Queenslanders diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder to join a clinical trial of a new brain stimulation treatment.
Which prescription medicines are most commonly used in Australia? Which have the greatest cost to the Australian Government?
Pfizer and BioNTech may face major hurdles in getting their vaccine to market, despite recently being touted as winners of the COVID-19 vaccine race.
AMSL Aero and aeromedical organisation CareFlight have launched Vertiia — an efficient electric air ambulance built to tackle rural and regional healthcare inequality and save more lives.
An international team of human and animal health experts has identified areas at risk of harbouring the conditions that may lead to the next pandemic.
AstraZeneca's results signal more good vaccine news — but efficacy is only the beginning of the story.
Next Science has announced the Australian launch of Bactisure — a surgical wash that combats post-surgical infections and helps to address antibiotic resistance.
The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA) has hosted a successful, celebratory and all-virtual 2020 SHPA Virtual Congress.
The innovative project will integrate genomics, electronic healthcare data and AI technologies to address antimicrobial resistance in the healthcare system.
Interim analysis of Moderna's Phase 3 study of mRNA-1273 finds that the COVID-19 vaccine candidate has an efficacy of 94.5% and remains stable at -20°C for up to six months.
A tech partnership means that carers can now access a tool to help identify, monitor and reduce pain in dementia aged-care residents.
One of the world's most common infections will cost Australia more than $1 billion a year within the next decade if nothing is done to stop the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Pregnant women who contract COVID-19 may be at higher risk of blood clotting, especially those who become severely ill with the virus, says Associate Professor Sanjaya Senanayake of the Australian National University.