A seven year study involving more than 19,000 people has shown that low dose aspirin has no appreciable preventive health benefits.
Digital technology to help people with ‘bad knees’.
Routine bone density scans already performed on Australians to identify their risk of fractures could now also be used as an early warning for heart attack or stroke.
Lifestyle changes can help with this common and debilitating health issue.
There is 'no one treatment fits all' for sufferers of this very common disorder, says the Gut Foundation
Soils containing even small amounts of metals are more likely to contain strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria, according to new research from Edith Cowan University
A new handbook to help diabetics cope with their disease
New study points to low Vitamin D in pregnancy and autism