A new study has challenged the widespread, but mistaken, notion that unhappiness and stress cause ill health and death.
A virus is deliberately released inflicting serious illness and death. This is just one scenario to be examined this week during Australia’s first university-based bioterrorism course at UNSW.
Car accidents accounted for the majority of the serious injuries sustained by almost one billion people worldwide in 2013, according to new research released today.
A $14.7 million donation to the Black Dog Institute from the foundation established by the late entrepreneur Paul Ramsay will be used to save the lives of Australians at risk of suicide.
A landmark clinical trial led by UNSW researchers aims to halve new HIV infections in NSW within two years and 'virtually eliminate' HIV transmission by 2020.
Groundbreaking research from Australian scientists has prompted new international guidelines that will open up access to treatment and improve the health of millions of people living with HIV.
Psychologist Elizabeth Mason explains how online treatments for anxiety and depression are helping time-poor people manage the Black Dog.
UNSW medical scientists have invented a new spinal fusion device to reduce chronic back pain, the most common reason for pain and disability in people aged under 50.
Medical scientists have invented a new spinal fusion device to reduce chronic back pain, the most common reason for pain and disability in people aged under 50.
A group of young budding entrepreneurs was asked how they would improve the wellbeing of poor and marginalised communities. Their answers were surprising.