Alzheimer’s disease is growing with our ageing population, but with no real preventative cure available, we’re all looking to science fiction.
It may be a legitimate form of torture, but can you actually perish from a lack of sleep? One subject endeavoured to find out.
According to a long-established system, the higher your disease sits on a list, the greater funded treatment you will receive.
In following the strict tenets of being a vegan, you could arguably find yourself in a rather surprising aisle.
The connection between fibre and gut health has long been established. However, one study believes that a high-fibre diet can also combat the flu.
More and more Australians are racing toward natural medicine as a reliable alternative than ever before. Is it here to stay?
Scientists have discovered not just the physical location of anxiety in the brain, but they’re engineering ways to treat it at the source.
As part of the government’s ‘My Health Record’ scheme, your medical records will be made available to third parties. Despite promises of heavy protection, you can opt out.
Due to numerous studies, many Australians are not getting enough sleep. Here’s how to put that problem to bed.
‘Burnout’ is a real issue, one that is growing in importance as our work weeks become longer. There is a lot of misinformation available, so we’re going to bust some common misconceptions.
It’s a well known/worn phrase, but what does it actually mean to live in the present?
I’ve long managed my own condition, but now with my daughter facing her own, we’re discovering plains anew, in spite of our genes.
According to the Turnbull Government, the increase in the Medicare Levy is enough to fund the NDIS. But the peak disability body in Australia wants to see it.
Statistics show that while more kids have played more sport, they still fall short of the recommended activity levels, and it seems the parents are to blame.
National Heart Week is upon us, and the government is looking to change the way that we think, and look to change the national condition.
Viagra has been standing strong for twenty years. To, celebrate we’re taking in the full expanse of its size, and impact it has had on us.
In the face of our declining academic performance, the Gonski review has suggested we move to a system that focuses on the individual student. But will it work?
The Brazilian Butt Lift is a social phenomenon. However, one group looks to stop the procedure, due to the unspoken danger involved.
After one soldier lost his private parts in Afghanistan, a pioneering group of medical experts pulled off the difficult transplant.
A new study from Deakin University reveals it’s not your genes that determine your sensitivity to fat – it’s what you’re stuffing into your pie hole!
According to a recent study of the Asia-Pacific region, if you skipped breakfast this morning, you’re part of a massive problem.