Industry influence can make drugs look safer and more effective than they really are. So where can doctors and the public turn to for reliable information? ask Adam Dunn and Florence Bourgeois.
Falls are common in elderly people but the risk increases markedly when they have depressive symptoms and use antidepressants, new research shows.
Eureka Prize-winner Professor Maree Teesson has been named as one of the country's leading innovators in the prestigious 100 Most Influential Women awards.
Levels of the trust hornone oxytocin in new mothers and how well they bond with their babies may be connected to their own experiences as newborns, landmark UNSW-led research reveals.
General practitioners tend to obsess over blood pressure – with good reason, write Michael Tan and Patrick Khoury.
Outcomes are better for older patients with hip fractures when hospital care involves a collaborative team of orthopaedic and geriatric specialists, new research shows.
Australia is experiencing a surge in gonorrhoea and syphilis infections and a dramatic rise in hepatitis C-related deaths, according to an annual surveillance report from UNSW's Kirby Institute.
UNSW will lead a world-first study to evaluate the effectiveness of a one tablet per day hepatitis C treatment as a means of preventing the spread of the virus in prisons.
Dust particles in the air may be more harmful to asthmatics than soot from one of Australia's main roadways, UNSW research shows.
UNSW’s best-ever Fellowship result demonstrates the relevance and application of the University’s medical research, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Les Field says.