The fusion of nanotechnology and medicine is changing healthcare as we know it.
Earlier this year, leading American cancer scientists called for a set of changes to deal with the problem of over-diagnosis and over-treatment caused by cancer screening.
Facilities that store human brain tissue, so-called ‘brain banks’, are finding it harder than ever to get a share of the medical research dollar in Australia.
ALMOST one in four people with cholesterol problems who watched an ABC program describe the link between saturated fats, cholesterol and heart disease as "the biggest myth in medical history" altered their medication after the two-part Catalyst special.
MELBOURNE researchers are developing the first recipe for creating a resilient child who grows up into a positive and successful adult despite having a stressful, disadvantaged or abusive childhood.
Angelina Jolie’s double mastectomy and former first bloke Tim Mathieson’s bad prostate cancer joke captured the public attention when it came to notable health moments in 2013.
IBN and IBM discover new medical application for converted PET bottles Singapore, Dec 9, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - Researchers at Singapore's Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) and California's IBM Research - Almaden (IBM) have discovered a new, potentially life-saving application
Melbourne researchers have developed a blood test that could help prevent stillbirth, a tragedy that affects millions globally every year.
A leading WA autism researcher says a new US study has added weight to a theory linking autism to gut problems that could be treated.
SECURING AUSTRALIA’S FUTURE: As the Commission of Audit reviews government activity and spending, The Conversation’s experts take a closer look at key policy areas tied to this funding – what’s working, what’s not and where current funds are best spent.