A new study prescribing ‘food as medicine’ shows promise for doctors and patients managing diet-related diseases.
When the pandemic hit, green space was there for us at a time when others weren’t or couldn’t be. Urban greening might be the solution to the ‘lonelygenic environment’ that our cities have created.
A self-guided digital intervention is showing promise for helping cancer survivors manage their post-treatment uncertainty.
Mainstream medicine hasn’t yet found enough evidence-based treatments for long COVID. No wonder sufferers are turning to unproven therapies.
The third-generation vaccine has fewer potential side effects than second-generation vaccines and can be safely given to people with weakened immune systems.
Paramedics can miss a stroke diagnosis in women in time-critical treatment window, study finds.
There are steps to avoid infection and a vaccine is likely, says a public health expert from the Kirby Institute at UNSW Sydney.
Moo-ve out of the way cow’s milk, we’re drinking more dairy substitutes than ever before.
Serosurveys provide a more complete picture of how much COVID is out there than testing alone, because they measure antibodies to the virus.
Research estimates that in Australia a blood donation from a person who could potentially transmit Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease would occur once every 65 years.