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Evidence is mounting that suggests a link between cooking with gas and asthma in children.
Jacinda Barclay, an AFLW player who died last year, has had her brain donated to concussion research. In general, women are understudied regards to their long-term brain health.
Providing foreign aid is not always straightforward. But here are some practical ways Australia might be able to help India.
As a Koori bloke who lives with disability, I believe the proposed framework is disrespectful and discriminatory towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Reports have suggested some women are experiencing changes to their menstrual cycles after having a COVID vaccine.
The AstraZeneca COVID vaccine is now available to Australians over 50. Here's what you need to know before you roll up your sleeve.
For now, governments and health services should invest in bedside oxygen concentrators and oxygen generators to supply whole hospital needs.
Warnings of an end to human sperm production have been making headlines recently, now with the added threat of shrinking penises. Is this science or sensationalism?
It's quite likely this virus will never be eliminated from the world. But even so, getting vaccinated enormously reduces your risk of severe outcomes like hospitalisation and death.
Your eyebrows can tell a whole story without saying a word.
The public deserves an ambulance service that advocates for their staff and their patients, not the needs of politicians who want a simple number to demonstrate their effectiveness.
It's easy to call Australian Olympians who receive their COVID shot early 'queue jumpers'. But the argument for them having early access to the vaccine is more nuanced. Here's why.
Impulsiveness, a key characteristic of ADHD, might help us understand some of Laming's behaviour. None of this excuses his actions, though.
Airborne transmission is likely to be behind several recent leaks in hotel quarantine. But the Northern Territory has a quarantine model that works.
The emergence of an Indian "double mutant" strain of the coronavirus may explain the country's tragically soaring infection rates. Genomic testing and monitoring will be crucial in the weeks ahead.
We analysed the dust in 32 homes across Sydney, and found significant levels of microplastics. But having hard, non-varnished floors and vacuuming at least weekly might help.
There are tangible things we can do now to help people understand the benefits and possible risks of COVID-19 vaccination.
Now, for the first time in Australian history, trauma is trending in the wider public discourse. What does this shift in public consciousness mean, and where is it taking us?
Our research looked at deaths in Australia between 1968 and 2018. While more people tend to die in winter than summer, this gap is narrowing – and that's a worry.
Early reports suggested an apparent increase in OCD relapse rates and symptom severity during the pandemic. But a year on, we're learning this may not be the case.