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Increasing COVID-19 vaccinations through community-based solutions
COVID vaccines saved millions of lives – linking them to excess deaths is a mistake
Gender-specific social factors may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease
New study reinforces message not to ignore red flag signs and symptoms of bowel cancer
People who care for loved ones with arthritis carry an economic burden
Brain scans for babies reduce risk of stroke later in life
Smoking fentanyl can cause irreversible brain damage, report shows
Telehealth group sessions can benefit clinician-patient relationships: study
Walking for transport at least once a week may help some older people live longer: study
The UK plans to phase out smoking. What does this new law mean for tobacco control in Australia?
Dementia Patients At Risk From Antipsychotic Drugs
Antipsychotics for dementia linked to more harms than previously acknowledged
New research shows urgency to act on Nigeria’s trans fat elimination policy
Pre-pregnancy risk factors are common amongst women of reproductive age
Many AI tools lack safeguards to prevent mass health disinformation
National Women’s Health Summit should focus on more than just big-ticket medical
Nicotine pouches are being marketed to young people on social media. But are they safe, or even legal?
New series highlights the importance of a positive postnatal experience for all women and newborns
We gave palliative care patients VR therapy. More than 50% said it helped reduce pain and depression symptoms
New collaborative research on exercising to ease depression
Feminist narratives are being hijacked to market medical tests not backed by evidence
Extra vigilance at beaches needed as school holidays raise coastal drowning risk: study
Video gamers worldwide may be risking irreversible hearing loss and/or tinnitus
From today, new regulations make it harder to access vapes. Here’s what’s changing
Health service quality must be a priority, not an afterthought: New Collection on quality of care
Top UK biomedical research funders support first-of-its-kind sex and gender policy in major sector turning point
Test aids emergency diagnosis of heart conditions
WHO and BMJ convene global experts to discuss potential guiding principles for developmentally appropriate mental health content for youth on digital platforms
Food industry failing to meet Government’s Health Star Rating targets
Setting trans fat limits in Kenya could save thousands of lives and cut costs
Women from diverse backgrounds still face leadership barriers: study
Study finds women would make different maternity care choices if they had another baby
MRI success in detecting prostate cancer
Childhood trauma linked to pregnancy complications
Vaccines could avert half a million deaths associated with anti-microbial resistance a year
Trial finds vitamin D supplements could prevent heart attacks in over 60s
Bowel cancer rates are rising among younger people
Youthfulness should not be a barrier to timely bowel cancer diagnosis
We worked out how many tobacco lobbyists end up in government, and vice versa. It’s a lot
GPs managing more skin-cancer cases, as cost of treatment climbs
Clinicians must look beyond physical symptoms to care for people with deep-seated trauma
Sciatica surgery pain relief benefits short-lived
Menu Calorie Labels Estimated to Save U.S. Billions on Cancer Care
Pregnant this winter? Here’s how to prepare for COVID and get vaccinated
TGA review strengthens case for much tighter vape restrictions at the border
Doctors and Patients Advised to Take a Cautious Approach to Use of Analgesics for Low Back Pain, a New Study in the…
Research reveals substantial human cost of international COVID-19 travel and border restrictions
Nubeqa registered by TGA for new patient group