Shortly after welcoming the arrival of her second child, Kelly Evans'* blissful 'post-birth bubble' burst, much earlier than she had imagined.
Around 1 in 5 Australian scientists have said they experienced death threats and/or threats of physical or sexual violence after speaking to the media about COVID-19.
Professor Mark Dawson's research has identified novel therapeutic strategies for several cancers and has helped to establish clinical trials with epigenetic therapies.
The National Sepsis Program aims to improve sepsis outcomes for Australians by increasing awareness and recognition of sepsis, supporting clinicians, consumers and health service organisations.
People with elevated blood pressure that falls within the normal recommended range are at risk of accelerated brain ageing, according to a study by The Australian National University.
What a time to be in health care. With the rise of personalised care, home monitoring and telehealth, specifically, during the pandemic, we are witnessing a transformation in the way doctors and nurses interact with and care for patients.
Breast cancer rates have increased by 50% since the 1980s due to increased alcohol consumption, weight gain, a lack of exercise and other lifestyle factors.
Cancer is fundamentally a genetic disease, driven by mutations that drive cancer growth. Just as each person is genetically unique, so the genomic profile of no two cancers is the same.
The Department of Education and Training Victoria will be installing air purifiers in each public school classroom as part of its safe return-to-school plan.
The 2021 Australian College for Infection Prevention and Control (ACIPC) International Conference will be held online from 8–10 November 2021.
In recent times we have increased protections for older Australians in aged care, with the Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) leads in aged-care homes, high-rate vaccinations for residents and mandatory immunisation for staff.
The Murdoch Children's Research Institute and The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne are trialling a new device — Rhinomed Junior — to test children for COVID-19.
As we live through the lengthening tail of a persistent pandemic, it is challenging to consider the simpler medicines landscape of 20 years ago.
Advancements in laboratory techniques and improvements in the overall management of couples experiencing infertility amongst other factors have led to significant improvements in IVF success rates.