Experts warn an event similar to the deadly thunderstorm asthma in Victoria could happen in Canberra.
Kate Aubusson, Rania Spooner Survey to probe if psychedelic drugs could help us be more productive at work and less stressed in our lives?
Rania Spooner Male sex clinic Advanced Medical Institute has been slapped with a $350,000 fine for flouting Federal Court orders with thousands of advertisements spruiking the effectiveness of it's impotence treatments.
Kate Aubusson Broken bones, choking hazards, food poisoning and depression. These are unwelcome tidings of the holiday season.
Bridie Smith Venom from two iconic Australian species could be behind the development of new treatments for diabetes, which affects around 1.7 million Australians.
Rania Spooner Dramatically cutting salt levels in processed foods sold in Australia could save an estimated 3500 lives each year by reducing cardiovascular disease, stroke and kidney disease, according to a new report.
Bridie Smith, Science Editor A century-old antiseptic made from coal tar and used to treat wounds and sleeping sickness in World War I Australian soldiers has been found to help the body fight off viral infections, including the common cold.
Dr Michael Sutherland Thunderstorm asthma epidemics in Melbourne almost always occur in November.
Julia Medew A majority of doctors support the profession being involved in assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia if laws are changed to allow it, a survey by the Australian Medical Association has found.
Harriet Alexander Precision medicine promises a new dawn for the treatment of rare cancers, but there is a hitch.
Mount Druitt Hospital set for overhaul to meet demands of the community
Sydney, the Illawarra and much of the state's north will have a very high fire danger on Friday, ...