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A look behind the headlines.
Some key points from the updated Australian Asthma Handbook.
He failed to respond appropriately to the child’s abnormal cardiograph.
Is there objective data? Dr Michael Tam investigates.
The measure of success is the patient’s ability to return to some form of normality, writes Milana Votrubec...
Here's what to tell patients who might have seen the headlines.
There’ll be a safety net HPV test for women who were abused as girls.
But training is essential, writes sexual health physician Dr Terri Foran.
A Dutch study shows recovery time is similar either way.
Four more colleges have produced a list of five investigations and treatments that have little evidence of benefit...
They often cite sexual and urinary dysfunction, and wish they were told about other options.
A survey finds three-quarters monitor blood glucose inconsistently.
On balance, epidemiological data supports a link, regulator says.
Specialists want it embedded in routine care.
Understanding Men: Professor Gary Wittert writes about a sex-specific disease challenge.
There's a split over the push to reduce caeserean rates.
An Australian public health specialist says the lack of regulation is inexcusable.
We take a closer look at a study that is making headlines.
Emergency medicine specialist Dr Amanda Stafford is on a mission to prove that you can teach an old drug new tricks...
Labelling is an issue, the Victorian Poisons Information Centre says.
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