Patients should avoid leaving their EpiPens in hot cars in the summer as it decreases their potency, puttng patients at risk.
A new Australian prevalence study of hidradenitis suppurativa finds a high number of Australians have the devastating skin condition.
Until now, it was believed a baby's sex was determined by its X-Y chromosome combination. However, scientists have found a new influence.
A new study has found that stethoscopes are loaded with diverse bacteria, including some that can cause healthcare-associated infections.
This is the first case of a uterus from a deceased donor resulting in a live birth, suggesting more options may soon be available for infertile women.
Babies born with a vitamin D deficiency are at a 44% higher risk of being diagnosed with schizophrenia later in life, highlighting neonatal care opportunities.
A new study has found that common grooming and household products could be behind the increasingly early onset of puberty in girls.
Fragility fractures are a significant risk for the elderly, and a huge burden on healthcare facilities and the economy. A new APAC alliance seeks to tackle this.
A group of health organisations came together to run Australia's first 'Let's Talk About Cancer' pop-up shops, to great success.
Six Aussie doctors swallowed Lego heads in the name of science — and retained their sense of humour.
Australian researchers are seeking volunteers for a study that will improve early diagnosis and treatment for bipolar sufferers and help support their families.
Some 14% of mental health medications being taken by adults on the autism spectrum were given without a relevant diagnosis, and could be causing harm.
One-third of type 2 diabetes sufferers will develop chronic kidney disease, creating a high risk of cardiovascular mortality, especially in young people.
New technology solutions have been developed to support a faster, smarter and simpler path to confident diagnosis and improved patient experience.