In September ambulance ramping reached a record of 1368.4 hours and on one day 26 of the 48 ambulances in the metropolitan area were ramped.
Proposed changes to the Children and Community Services Act 2005 which will affect body piercing practices for under 18s have been labelled as “draconian”.
Infant male circumcision should be encouraged to reduce HIV transmissions in Australia, according to a high- profile public health expert.
You rarely get to meet a person like Dr George O’Neil: A manufacturer, obstetrician, gynaecologist and inventor of a controversial opiate blocker which prevents certain narcotics from binding with certain brain receptors.
Greater Bunbury and other parts of the South-West have been taken off the Australian Government’s District of Workforce Shortage list without warning in spite of a ‘doctor shortage’.
More working hours may be contributing to more than half of Australia’s population being overweight, according to health experts.
Cricket fans at the WACA will face new restrictions on alcohol service this summer but a health professional says the measures do not go far enough.
In a Launceston clinic in 2004, a Red Cross nurse told Michael Cain that he could not donate blood.