Machine learning algorithms could be more accurate and reliable than conventional methods of predicting suicide risk.
The 11 projects include an international trial of treatments for people who've had cardiac arrests and the development of new treatments for genetic screening.
At times when COVID numbers are increasing, allowing infectious people to mingle freely at work and socially will create epidemic growth and make the crisis even worse.
A review of COVID booster acceptance statistics suggests we may be unlikely to see coverage go much beyond 80 per cent – but we can still learn from others’ mistakes when it comes to health messaging.
Australians bought more than 65 million packs of paracetamol pain relief last year. TGA efforts to reduce its potential harms will need to take those who use it to manage pain into consideration.
How we connect the human body to technology isn't as scary as a science fiction movie, says UNSW Sydney neuroscientist Felix Aplin.
Obstetrician and gynaecologist Jason Abbott and health data expert Louisa Jorm have been awarded two Research Data Infrastructure grants from the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources.
Simple changes to contact lens use could prevent many cases of sight-threatening eye infection.
Should teens drink alcohol? Ideally, no. But in the real world, here are some tips on how to minimise harm.
The latest Drug Trends report from UNSW’s National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre shows significant changes in perceived availability of all forms of ecstasy.