Comparing presentations to Victorian hospital emergency departments in May 2020 to those in May 2019 reveals some important differences.
Dangerous delays may happen at three points: the patient deciding to seek care, reaching a healthcare facility, or receiving quality care at that facility.
The study examined patterns of Twitter rage in hot and cold weather. Given anger spreads through online communities faster than any other emotions, the findings are important.
The recent tragic deaths of four Victorian police officers have highlighted the dangers to those whose job it is to protect the community.
As women began to come forward with experiences of rape and abuse, backlash came forward too. The notion of 'false memory' developed to explain away assault. Here's why that notion itself is untrue.
A new US study has found warmer temperatures will lead to more deaths from injury, for example in transport accidents, drownings, assaults and suicides. But what does this mean for Australia?
Data from victim and crime perception surveys help make sense of South Africa's crime statistics.
Given the legal issues that could arise from Gaff's punch on Andrew Brayshaw, it is time the AFL reviewed its policies.
Real life attackers won't follow a carefully choreographed fight sequence – that's why training is essential.
Around 10% of women aged 16 to 24 say they have experienced domestic violence in the last year.
According to South Africa's department of international relations, Grace Mugabe didn't have immunity when she entered the country.
There is no basis in customary, conventional international law or domestic law for the spouse of a head of state to claim - as a right - some form of immunity when visiting a foreign state.
Acid attacks, mostly against women, are increasing globally, and toxic masculinity is to blame. It's time for social, medical and legal reform to stop the scourge.