Triclosan, used in some toothpastes and soaps, has been banned in the US.
An increased awareness of brain cancer and its devastating impact is needed, researchers say.
World No Tobacco Day and the ADA is raising about the effects of tobacco on oral health.
These are just one example of wearable technology, an area with huge potential for health benefits.
What’s your reason for running?
The rooms are the first in-hospital accomodation in WA
25,000 preventable deaths occur in hospitals around Australia each year.
It’s an ‘achievable’ step in the fight against obesity.
The reform will change the way disability services are delivered in WA.
The new steps the government is taking to protect against cervical cancer resulting from HPV.
The decision by Perth scientist David Goodall to travel to Switzerland this week to end his life has highlighted the need for the inquiry.
What is the effect on young users when social media promotion of alcohol is unregulated and growing?
Landmarks around the world will light up for International CFS Awareness Day.
Participants are aiming to get their “grey medallion”.
Brain mapping techniques could be used to help.
Creating more jobs in this area is a priority for the State Government.
Melbourne Royal Women’s Hospital has developed a blood test which can detect and help prevent the pregnancy condition, pre-eclampsia.