Most women diagnosed with early stage breast cancer today can expect to become long-term cancer survivors, according to recent research.
A new study has found that taking a common diabetes medication after testing positive for SARS-CoV-2 reduces risk of developing long COVID by 40%.
A new study could explain the chronic neurological symptoms experienced by some COVID patients long after initial infection.
More than 95% of Australian women encountered additional breastfeeding challenges such as sore nipples, insufficient or excessive milk supply, and poor latch.
The accuracy of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening can be improved by accounting for genetic factors that cause changes in PSA levels that are not associated with cancer, according to a multi-centre study led by UC San Francisco and Stanford University.
Researchers have developed a test to reveal a pathogen's resistance to antibiotics using a magnetic field and chemiluminescence.
The Victorian Government is expanding the role of community pharmacists as part of a new 12-month pilot.
The Australian Healthcare Index June 2023 report found a continuing decline in satisfaction with Australia's health system as it continues to be under strain.
A discovery on how botox enters brain cells could assist in development of treatments for a rare but potentially fatal bacterial infection, botulism.
Emergency departments are currently unsafe places for both professionals and patients, according to a survey.
Researchers from the Quadram Institute and University of East Anglia have identified what makes some strains of gut bacteria life-threatening in pre-term babies.
A new study of 1.6 million women has found elective induction of labour at 39 weeks' gestation is associated with a 37% decreased risk of perineal injury.