The World Health Organization has classified the EG.5 family of Omicron variants, including Eris, as ‘variants of interest’. What does that mean? And how does Eris differ to other Omicron variants?
We can learn a lot about avoiding and escaping this natural hazard by asking survivors what being caught in a rip is really like.
Knowing your penicillin allergy status could make a big difference if you end up in hospital, according to UNSW researchers.
If proven effective in future clinical trials, these therapeutics will be a key tool in the fight against COVID-19.
Professor Peter Gunning from UNSW Medicine & Health has been named as an American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) Fellow, joining a global community of biologists studying cells.
Project goals include improving long-term health for people living with HIV, fighting kidney disease and lessening the negative effects of chemotherapy in cancer patients.
As governments push for longer working lives, workplaces will be need to accommodate long-term health conditions.
New research shows transgender and non-binary people could be at higher risk of late-life Alzheimer’s disease.
Finances need to be a bigger part of our conversation about cancer, UNSW Sydney researchers say.
Despite disruptions to testing and risk behaviour during COVID-19, the latest data from UNSW Sydney’s Kirby Institute shows Australia is tracking well towards the elimination of HIV transmission.