The number of Australians seeking hospital treatment for cannabis-related problems has jumped 30 per cent since 2002, with older users most affected, according to a UNSW study.
Many nations are failing to roll out prevention strategies required to contain the spread of HIV among injecting drug users, a landmark Australian study has found.
UNSW researchers have received $5.1 million from the federal government to continue groundbreaking work to improve assessments and outcomes for people with dementia.
Sufferers of heart disease could soon benefit from a world-first breakthrough by UNSW medical researchers that dramatically increases the success rate of coronary artery bypass grafts.
Young women who buy into society's expectations are more likely than non-conformists to have a negative body image and eating disorders, a new study suggests.
People who want to quit using cannabis can for the first time take part in a new online treatment designed by and for Australians.
A behind-the-curtain look at Australian hospital emergency rooms by UNSW researchers shows an entrenched culture of patient "packaging and selling".
More than a hundred teenage refugee footballers will converge on an eastern Sydney soccer field tomorrow (Tuesday, 8 December) to learn who will be part of Australia's other team heading to the 2010 World Cup.
Poor countries in South-East Asia could experience a spike in HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths due to the effects of the global economic crisis, UNSW research has found.
Research into the attitudes of women toward genetic testing for cancer has received major backing in two separate rounds of state and federal government funding.