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Pain levels over eight weeks were similar regardless of what patients took.
A paradigm shift hasn't entirely been driven by biologics.
It's just as good as guided rehabilitation at home, a Sydney study shows.
The truth shall set you free, writes Dr James Salwitz.
It's akin to leaving the mosquitos untouched while building monuments to malaria.
The incredible story of the Russian surgeon who operated on himself.
The president of the Australasian College of Psychiatrists talks about his priorities for the specialty.
Two coronial inquests raise questions about resource shortages.
"My decision to end it all was 100 percent work related."
Here's the latest from the Choosing Wisely campaign.
But the 3.5V Welch Allyn PanOptic Ophthalmoscope is pretty pricey.
Allowing nursing home residents to come and go as they wish may not be so dangerous after all.
The first update in seven years clarifies recommendations on investigations and treatments.
They should only be sold in small quantities and with supervision from a pharmacist, cardiologists say.
We chat with rheumatologist David Hunter.
Here's what happened in the specialty this week.
Is it ethical to shun anti-vaxxers? Here's where readers stand.
Penalising unfortunate events is unlikely to improve the overall safety of the hospital.
In Australia, government policies have widened the gap between GP and specialist pay.
Long-term results suggest the surgery should be offered more widely, an endocrinologist says.
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