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From urine tasting to self-infecting with stomach bugs – a brief guide to the most daring medical self-experiments
Summertime can be germy: A microbiologist explains how to avoid getting sick at the barbecue, in the pool or on the trail
Why muscle tears happen – and what you can do to prevent them
Coca-Cola, rosé wine, red wine and fifty shades of yellow – what the colour of your pee means
What your nipples can tell you about your health
Long-term prescription opioid use after hospital declining: study
From health to sports – ears can say a lot about you
New health research hub to improve patient care and build health workforce in Victoria’s northern corridor
Tracking Down Rare Hereditary Diseases
Our bodies don’t just make gall and kidney stones – from saliva to tonsils, these are other ones to look out for
Menopause can bring increased cholesterol levels and other heart risks. Here’s why and what to do about it
Why so many animals have a third eyelid, including our pets – yet humans don’t
Navel gazing: checking your belly button can tell you a lot about your health
Binge drinking is a growing public health crisis − a neurobiologist explains how research on alcohol use disorder has shifted
Can this thumb test tell if you are at increased risk of a hidden aortic aneurysm?
What your feet can tell you about your health
Advanced cell atlas opens new doors in biomedical research
Gym hygiene guide: the dangerous bacteria that lurk in dirty fitness equipment and clothes
Psychedelics could make mental health worse in people with a personality disorder
Nitazenes found in 5 overdose deaths in Philly – here’s what they are and why they’re so deadly
First step to untangle DNA: supercoiled DNA captures gyrase like a lasso ropes cattle
Three KI Researchers Awarded Prestigious ERC Grant
Cancer Research KI network support translational collaboration in molecular mechanisms at Schulte lab
UQ Leads Subjects In QS World University Ranking
More Monash subjects enter top 50 in latest global subject rankings
36 Disciplines In Global Top 50 In QS Subject Rankings
Pubic hair: beyond brazilians, more than manscaping
New top position for KI in international subject ranking
Hope For Treating Autoimmune Diseases
If brain transplants like the one in Poor Things were possible – this is how they might work
Eating some chocolate really might be good for you – here’s what the research says
Hot tubs are as full of nasty germs as you fear
Mediterranean diet could help people with irritable bowel symptoms
Scientists investigate new approach to preventing age-induced cardiovascular disease
What your hair can tell you about your health
DNA Aptamer Drug Sensors Can Instantly Detect Cocaine, Heroin and Fentanyl – Even When Combined With Other Drugs
New Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Research Funding
Funding awarded for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis research
Skin picking is often trivialised as a bad habit – but dermatillomania can be dangerous
A blow to the heart can kill you – or bring you back to life
A drug to treat frostbite is finally available
New study reveals kill order for melanoma cells by cannabis extract
Kill order for melanoma cells by cannabis extract
New study lists potentially dangerous drugs in Australian healthcare
WHO announces the GDG for the development of the WHO MEC for Contraceptive Use (MEC) 6th Edition and the WHO SPRs for…
ChemPartner Unveils Highly Anticipated Biology Database
Fire ants are on the march. Here’s what happens when they sting
Opioid and psychotropic dispensing’s on the decline among Australians living with cystic fibrosis