Dentist’s message in a bottle: Think before you Drink

Alcohol harms your mouth as much as the rest of your bodyHaving a couple of glasses…

Dealing with fussy eating in children

If meals with your children are ruled by what they refuse to eat, consider a UNSW…

AUS researchers seeking 3,500+ volunteers for world’s largest eating disorders genetics investigation

Study to pinpoint genes influencing risk of developing eating disordersResearchers are seeking New South Wales volunteers…

RACGP welcomes possible telehealth extension

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) has welcomed news the Federal Government will move…

The easy way to spring clean your life

Sunshine is not the only welcome change that signals the start of spring. Leaves return to…

Telestroke service reaches Northern NSW patients

Stroke patients in the Northern Rivers will now have access to an innovative new telehealth service…

Can white noise and dopamine help you learn new words?

University of Queensland researchers are investigating whether white noise and dopamine can improve brain function and…

Worn out brain cells may explain why time flies as we age

On some days, time flies by, while on others it seems to drag on. Worn out…

Eating for good Eye Health

We’ve all heard that carrots promote good eye health. But there are also many other common…

Paperless prescriptions – a change for the best

The way you get your prescription filled at your pharmacy is undergoing a very significant change.…

Hypnotherapy – exploding the myths

1. Some people can’t be hypnotised False. All you need is willingness to participate, desire to…

Nothing to sneeze at – prevent hay fever before it arrives

For hay fever sufferers, spring means sneezing, itchy eyes and a runny nose. Medicines can bring…

Must we be musty? Dealing with mould in your home

You’re holed up at home. Perhaps you’re living under lockdown. You enter your bathroom and notice…

Breakthrough discovery paves the way for preventing sugar-induced liver disease

A team of international researchers including Monash University academics has discovered that, contrary to previous belief,…

Private health insurance affordability issue: new APRA data

Private health insurance participation has continued to decline, the latest data shows, making a further case…

Broccoli and Brussels sprouts a cut above for blood vessel health

New research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) has shown some of our least favourite vegetables could…

Experts on Vaccine agreement with Oxford University – Astrazeneca

CSIRO welcomes the Australian Government’s agreement with pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, to give Australians access to the…

Gene discovery may explain female melanoma survival advantage

Centenary Institute scientists have discovered that genes on the X chromosome may be key to the…

Women’s knowledge of long-term effects of menopause remains poor: new study reveals

There is a “concerning” lack of knowledge among women about the long-term effects of menopause on…

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