During the COVID-19 pandemic, discussions with peers played a large role in people’s decisions around vaccination, new research from UNSW Sydney shows.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had serious and lasting negative impacts on children’s and adolescents’ mental health.
Experiencing severe respiratory infections during the first trimester of pregnancy triples the risk of some cardiovascular defects at birth, a UNSW Sydney study has found.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, citizens stranded overseas received inadequate support and communication from their national governments.
UNSW experts hope this evidence will ensure pregnant people are prioritised as a vulnerable group for mental health in future disease outbreaks.
A report led by UNSW researchers has highlighted the negative effect of COVID-19 fines.
The analysis provides crucial information on the effectiveness of updated COVID-19 boosters.
A large-scale international study shows decrease in preterm births limited to high-income countries, including Australia.
An updated Cochrane Review suggests face masks don’t reduce the spread of COVID in the community. But there are several reasons why this conclusion is misleading.
The cause of every death in Australia must be certified by a medical practitioner. If the cause of death is not clear, the death is reported to the state or territory coroner for investigation.