Millions of people around the world could have a simpler way to reduce their blood pressure, a trial led by The George Institute for Global Health suggests.
Point-of-care tests to detect and treat key infectious diseases will be expanded in 300 health centres in four countries thanks to a new program led by UNSW.
A report from the UNSW Centre for Social Research in Health says stigma and language are still barriers to treatment.
New scholarships funded by Western NSW Local Health District will help Indigenous students study medicine at UNSW and then return to the west of the state for internships.
Pre-eclampsia can be dangerous for expectant mothers, but there are ways to monitor and minimise the risks.
Are antidepressants effective or ineffective? The question is simplistic, says Professor Gordon Parker in a British Journal of Psychiatry editorial.
UNSW's Kristina Warton has received a grant from the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation to investigate a blood test for early detection of ovarian cancer.
Newly released data from the Kirby Institute show a decline in the uptake of life-saving treatments among people living with hepatitis C.
Professor Jason Abbott will lead a major clinical trial program as part of Australia’s first national action plan on a condition that affects 1 in 10 women.
New research from NDARC and the Kirby Institute at UNSW Sydney shows almost 40% of people who have injected drugs in the past year are living with hepatitis C.