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Australian researchers find a dose-response relationship.
The important thing is that patients be encouraged to do exercise that they enjoy, a specialist says.
The research is based on 870 older Australians who were followed for six years.
Chewing gum appears to be a fine alternative, a small study indicates.
Every day, doctors, nurses and other health professionals are presented with situations that demand empathy and...
Researchers have developed the first cardiovascular mortality risk score derived entirely from Australian data.
Why does it seem as if taking the Hippocratic Oath is equivalent to signing away our human needs?
Patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension may have been placed at significant risk, tribunal told.
Researchers say it's a cheap, easy-to-use and effective agent.
Two professors propose a new way of looking at what's behind chronic disease.
Atypical symptoms, not so readily apparent, are being increasingly recognised.
This update highlights the importance of differences between paediatric and adult anatomy.
Authors say targeted interventions are needed by rural GPs.
The most prevalent drugs are antidepressants/anti-psychotics.
A history of major depression predicts reduced glycaemic control among patients with type 2 diabetes, Australian...
Accumulating evidence suggests that MRI is often unwarranted in the management of acute knee pain.
Examining the evidence: A self-treating pharmacist with hepatitis B inspires a deep dive into the...
The role of low testosterone levels in prevention of type 2 diabetes is not yet defined.
Dr Vicki Kotsirilos shares another interesting case in our latest ...
8 questions for the Kirby Institute's Professor Basil Donovan.
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