Long-acting injectable buprenorphine is also known by the brand names Buvidal or Sublocade.
How does Australia’s health care system compare to our peers in the OECD? Here we highlight five charts showing Australia’s relative performance.
The longest-running study of its kind reviewed death records in the path of pollution from coal-fired power plants. The numbers are staggering − but also falling fast as US coal plants close.
We’ve all heard of antibiotic resistance. The same thing is happening with other causes of infections in humans: fungi, viruses and parasites. This is making thrush and other infections hard to treat.
New Zealand’s health and education sectors are largely siloed and separate. But all the evidence points to collaboration within schools leading to better health and educational outcomes for children.
The turkey doesn’t have to be the star this Thanksgiving. Vegetable side dishes are packed with nutrients − depending on how you prepare them, they can help keep you energized this holiday season.
Autistic people are not only more likely to feel lonely but are also more likely to experience it more acutely than non-autistic people according to new research.
Scientists found PFAS hot spots in Miami’s Biscayne Bay where the chemicals are entering coastal waters and reaching the ocean. Water samples point to some specific sources.
Blood isn’t sterile, and analyzing the bacteria in it could help assess the health of fish and prevent the collapse of their populations.
New research sheds light on how autism affects how we feed our babies, and vice versa.
Up to 20% of Australians admitted in hospital say they have a penicillin allergy. But not everyone who thinks they’re allergic to penicillin actually is.
Antibiotics have been around for less than a century. But as resistant bacteria become increasingly difficult to treat, we risk a greater number of deaths from infections.
Resistance arises when bacteria are exposed to levels of antibiotics that don’t immediately kill them. Here’s how.
The Sahel region is grappling with an outbreak of the deadly mosquito-borne disease.
Investing in people’s future mental health, based on the key socioeconomic factors underlying it, is the only way to address this rising problem.
They’re in your wine, tea and all the plants we eat. Polyphenols can benefit our health in many different ways, some of which are still yet to be discovered.
LGBTQ+ people face barriers to accessing substance use services, but research shows there are ways to make them more inclusive and supportive.
Nature-based crafts and skills may just be the key to addressing the developing crises of unsustainability and mental health on campus.
Research on both sides of the globe shows that unmanageable workloads is the main reason why many ambulance service staff are considering quitting the profession.
Tooth decay in children is preventable. Here’s what to focus on.