New research has linked vitamin D to increased leg strength including power, velocity and jump height.
The idea of family care is nice, but there are limits to what it can provide.
It's not all about health and wealth.
Kenya faces a rising number of major incidents and disasters. Any delays in treating patients could result in increased morbidity and mortality rates.
Does your child use self-defeating humour? Researchers have found it can be linked to depression.
A five-year project announced today will implement an innovative water-sensitive approach tailored to informal settlements. The goal is to revitalise 24 communities in Fiji and Indonesia.
Old habits die hard.
The Millennium Development Goals failed in aspects like poverty. Lessons must be learnt to ensure that these mistakes will not be repeated by the Sustainable Development Goals.
New research shows how marketers get away with making their food look and sound healthier than it really is.
Exposure to nature plays a positive role in brain development by providing children with opportunities to take risks, discover new things, and be creative.
Consumers tend to think that healthy foods have to cost more than their less nutritional counterparts. New psychological research looks at how pervasive this is.
Health spent a lot of time in the spotlight in 2016. Medicare was a major issue in Australia’s federal election and numerous government reviews into health were announced and reported.
Basically, we need to work less.
New research shows the harsh realities of getting by on a low income and highlights how help for those doing it tough needs to change.
A public health researcher and advocate explains how immigration raids can impact mental and physical health, and trigger a breakdown of trust and safety in communities across the US.
Parents of children who have complex healthcare needs often find their role as a mother or father is overwhelmed by all the clinical tasks they have to undertake.
Having a bit of a tummy might not be the end of the world for men after all.
There's often limited evidence for many common types of surgery. Understanding what makes good evidence is the key to deciding what's best for you.
Australian government proposals to ban so-called “double dipping” with paid parental leave (PPL) risks scaling back health benefits for women who take time off to care for their babies.
Theresa May shouldn't look to France, Germany or Switzerland for alternative healthcare models. They have problems of their own.