The best option is for infected people to be admitted to hospitals or other suitable health facilities. This will help prevent transmission within families.
As Melbourne returns to lockdown, the evidence suggests routine mask-wearing - as seen in many countries but not so far in Australia - could be a valuable tool to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
There are some very good reasons why some people decline coronavirus testing, which we need to address before jumping to conclusions.
Conjoint Professor at UNSW Medicine and respiratory disease expert Christine Jenkins says COVID pneumonia happens when the virus invades the lungs and causes an inflammatory reaction that compromises the function of the lung.
The Kirby Institute is calling for a fairer, healthier and culturally rich Australian future without racism.
A major clinical trial has found that allopurinol does not prevent worsening of kidney disease – despite up to 20 per cent of kidney disease patients being prescribed the medication.
Artificial intelligence will determine appropriate therapies for university students experiencing psychological distress.
A play-based therapy aimed at helping parents manage children’s behaviour has produced long-lasting results in a live trial.
New research suggests the COVID-19 pandemic has meant people are using illicit drugs less. But decreased use can mean higher risk of overdoses.
A new study by public health researchers has explored why flu vaccine uptake is so low in NSW’s Aboriginal adults.