Indications of psychopathic traits can be reliably observed in children as young as three, allowing children at risk to undergo earlier treatment, a new study suggests.
The Kirby Institute at UNSW Australia will collaborate with the Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research and other national and international institutes to conduct a world-first study in maternal and newborn health in PNG.
IVF cycles using embryos that have been frozen and thawed are just as successful as fresh embryos, according to a new UNSW report.
De-stigmatising mental illness through the stories of sporting heroes is a powerful way to tackle the issue, write Justin Richards, Philip Ward and Simon Rosenbaum.
New drugs to treat children with aggressive cancers will be fast-tracked into clinical trials thanks to $2 million awarded to the Children’s Cancer Institute.
Marlene Kong believes you need to experience disadvantage to really understand it. That’s why it’s time for more Indigenous-led medical research.
There are well-researched programs for preventing late-life suicide that can make a difference. It’s time we implemented them, writes Brian Draper.
Australian children have revealed in a series of videos the impact of having a close relative diagnosed with dementia, in a bid to help other children better understand the condition.
The first ever study into people presenting to hospital following a suicide attempt has found one third will receive no mental health follow up.
Australian children with the most aggressive forms of cancer are set to benefit from a new program that will examine their unique cancer cells to help identify the drugs most likely to help.