As a keen bicyclist, JOANA PARTYKA gives an insider’s perspective on the debate over whether facilities are adequate.
SCOTT CUNNINGHAM speaks to Madeline Clark about her determination to overcome her struggle.
JASMINE BAMFORD goes behind the scenes and talks with a diverse range of athletic participants.
KATE BROWN explores the “Just Start Walking” initiative.
JAMES HELLIWELL CURTIN University has opened a new $2.5 million research facility dedicated to postgraduate research students in the health sciences faculty. The facility, which was officially opened on Monday, 21 March, […]
ABBEY GELMI THE number of overweight children in Australia could see life expectancy fall by 1.7 years for males and 2.2 years for females, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. In a […]
Assistance dogs are trained to help disabled people with day to day tasks.
People suffering from depression will always be at risk of falling into substance abuse according to a mental health expert.
In September this year a team of Western Australian surgeons, nurses and anaesthetists transformed the lives of 30 Filipino children with severe facial deformities.
Alan’s mother and full-time carer, Anne Clayton says every day is a challenge: “Once the epilepsy came in it’s just gone downhill,” she says.
A unique WA program may prove to be a key to combating the high levels of child stress discovered in a recently published report into children’s wellbeing.
Ice is a purified form of methamphetamine that appears as a rock-like crystal. It is an illegal and highly addictive drug.
Teenagers with depression and anxiety are not seeking help because they do not want anyone to know they have a mental illness, a study has revealed.
Health professionals are concerned that Australians using an illegal tanning drug are exposed to risks of cancer.
Australians are unaware of the implications suicide has on the community, according to a national report.
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”.