Artificial intelligence can help to identify risk factors for suicide and self-harm, according to new research from UNSW Sydney.
Psychiatrists rely on guidelines to prescribe medication for bipolar disorders. But beyond side-effects and clinical trials, ‘real-world’ effectiveness should be considered thoughtfully.
People who ruminated and worried excessively were helped by an online course, a randomised controlled trial found.
Early laboratory results in mice show the drug PXS-5505 increases survival when combined with chemotherapy in the treatment of an aggressive form of pancreatic cancer.
It’s not always “worth it for the 'gram”. People risk life, limb, and the environment for a selfie – and land managers can’t keep up.
More than $4 million in new funding will help form closer UNSW Sydney research partnerships.
As COVID finds its equilibrium, infection rates will rise and fall, influenced by seasons, school holidays and new subvariants. Managing the risk is complex and needs to be cost-effective.
Swimmers should take off contact lenses before entering the water to avoid picking up an Acanthamoeba infection, according to the researchers.
Short-form social media videos and images that set unattainable appearance standards may harm young women’s perception of body image, research suggests.
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