Australia is in the middle of its fifth Omicron wave, which has been brewing since February. But it’s been slow and the health impacts are very different.
We know from other viruses that viral fragments can remain in different tissues for months or even years. This could be the case for long COVID.
A new study in mice shows that stress can override natural satiety cues and drive cravings for sweet foods.
From insects to cultured meat, nothing is off the table when it comes to feeding the world’s population which is estimated to be 10 billion people in 30 years’ time.
New research from UNSW Sydney shows that sourdough may not be the healthiest choice in the bread aisle – unless it’s whole grain.
An estimated 40 per cent of children leave primary school without being able to swim the length of an Olympic swimming pool.
Researchers are exploring the genetics behind spontaneous coronary artery dissection.
The prize recognises individuals who have made a significant contribution to mental health in Australia.
Researchers have demonstrated a new treatment method for leukaemia, in cell culture and mice.
The gift will accelerate mental health research and establish the James Packer Chair in Mood Disorders.