A better understanding of loneliness can help us identify when our social needs might be going unmet.
The evidence so far suggests this wave could be a shorter and smaller version of the Omicron BA.5 wave.
While it's a drug that's widely considered as ‘safe’, nitrous oxide can cause serious harm.
Phobias are when fears become excessive and interrupt daily life. A new review shows one longer session of exposure is as effective and more time-efficient than shorter sessions.
The Australian Mental Health Prize has expanded to four categories for the first time since it was established in 2016.
Spinal muscular atrophy and cystic fibrosis are among the rare diseases being explored by UNSW Medicine & Health researchers.
We’ve learned much from large COVID outbreaks linked to the Ruby Princess and Diamond Princess cruise ships early in the pandemic. But there’s still some way to go
Professor Jamie Vandenberg, Associate Professor Clare Arnott and Associate Professor Eleni Giannoulatou have taken out all categories in the 2022 CVRN Ministerial Awards for Cardiovascular Research.
Keeping up with friends into old age could help prevent dementia.
The research led by UNSW Sydney aims to make genetic tests and genetic counselling for people with intellectual disability more accessible and equitable.