Latest kidney News

Reducing risks of working with lead
High blood pressure service increases referrals
‘There is light at end of tunnel, not at end of a cigarette’ Message from NACCHO on World No Tobacco…
Green production of mandelic acid
Rugby league player receives sanction 18 May
“Say NO to bleeding gums” this Gum Health Day
Federal grant bolsters Rice eye research
Australian Rules Football player receives sanction
Coronavirus research funding opportunities
Pantry cooking ideas: How to use what you have to make creative meals
How to be medicinewise with ibuprofen in times of COVID-19
Dental pain – what you can do before you see dentist
Health funds should defer premium rise
Safe grazing options for Mallee
No evidence to support claims ibuprofen worsens COVID-19 symptoms
Upgrades to paths in Thomas Kidney Reserve
Record breaking Clear Shelters sees special needs cat Chester find his new home after 199 days
Anthropogenic seed dispersal: rethinking origins of plant domestication
Live organ donations hit record high
Honour for outstanding contribution to understanding genes controlling kidney
Cellular waste system disposes of coronavirus
‘Science saved my life’: one doctor’s incredible journey from cancer researcher to cancer survivor
Fiona Stanley Hospital – first five years
Greater support for kidney disease patients following key new medicines listing on PBS
Livestock grazing risks after rain
Researchers work to prevent kidney failure after surgery
Rejoice in rain but be aware of unseen bacteria that re-surface every wet season
‘Body-on-Chip’ technology could accelerate drug testing
China coronavirus: Update for those in general dental practice
Myeloma New Zealand calls on Pharmac to make good on access deal
Stay safe as extreme heat hits
Australia’s obesity epidemic leading to increased risk of cardiovascular disease
Happier 2020 for hundreds thanks to organ donors
Legionnaires disease warning for Bali travellers
New tool reveals DNA structures that influence disease
Hydration may affect cognitive function in some older adults
2018 – 19 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey outcomes confirm that ACCHOs
Toxic chemicals that leach into soil, dust, skin and lungs – and don’t break down
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health survey shows mixed outcomes
$22 million funding for ageing and aged care research
NHMRC Ideas Grant success
$13.5 million for new research to improve Indigenous health
Think before you ink – hidden risk tattoos may pose to your vision
Teens to put diabetes technology to test
Cutting-edge protein biomarker analysis facility for WA
Giving Tuesday right response to spending spree
Why people with intellectual disability experience lower life expectancy: study
Researchers Find a Way to Collect Elusive Blood Stem Cells from Zebrafish