R U OK Day encourages all of us to check in with others to see if they’re OK. But what's the best action if someone responds negatively?
15,198 IVF babies were born in Australia and New Zealand in 2016/17, reflecting both the rise in number of cycles and an improvement in success rates over the last five years.
A UNSW-led study has confirmed for the first time that the implementation of the four-hour National Emergency Access Target has helped reduce chronic overcrowding in hospital emergency departments.
A simulated accident and realistic injuries had UNSW senior medical students putting their clinical skills to the test.
Mortality rates of young Australian men due to suicide and accidental drug overdose appear to follow a strikingly similar pattern, as observed in statistics provided by the ABS.
An internationally acclaimed line up of speakers will unravel the secrets of successful ageing at this week's Living To 100 conference, hosted by the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) at UNSW.
A new approach to treating pancreatic cancer using 'educated killer cells' has shown promise, according to a new study by UNSW medical researchers.
The George Institute for Global Health is the top-ranked independent research organisation in Australia in a review produced for Times Higher Education.
Only 25% of hip fracture patients leave hospital on active treatment for osteoporosis, the Australian and New Zealand Hip Fracture Registry's 2018 report shows.
Cancer tumour cells in the blood can be more accurately and cheaply detected using a malaria protein, new research led by UNSW’s Chris Heeschen shows.