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Melissa Kang, University of Technology Sydney and Lena Sanci, University of Melbourne As the opt-out period for the My Health Record continues, so too does the debate surrounding issues of …

Adele Tahan bought her pharmacy just a few years after graduating university, but 16 years later it’s grown to become a go-to health hub in the Rozelle community Cosily nestled …

Steve Kassem, Neuroscience Research Australia News reports about a study from Germany may provide the ultimate excuse for men to dress more casually for work, finding neckties reduce blood supply …

Does EASEaCOLD really help to shorten your cold? Kim Murphy from Monash University reviews the evidence Kim Murphy, Immunology researcher, Monash University When we have a cold, which is caused by a number …

With 1.2 million Australians affected by osteoporosis, pharmacists can play a key role in encouraging people to make bone health a higher priority, writes Leanne Philpott Osteoporosis is a common, …

Words count. While the saying is ‘talk is cheap’, what you say and how you say it can actually mean a lot, writes Chris Brooker In today’s world we’re being …

The multiplicity of differing presentations can make it difficult to ascertain what form of headache or migraine a patient is experiencing, but making the correct diagnosis is crucial for effective …

Are pharmacists too overworked and underpaid to prescribe? What would pharmacist prescribing even look like? Dr Shane Jackson and Professor Lisa Nissen answer your questions Following PSA national president Dr …

New biosimilars are set to flood into the Australian market over the next several years as patents on biologics expire… but significant concerns remain about switching A steep learning curve …

Every cancer patient should be prescribed exercise medicine Most doctors and nurses agree exercise is beneficial but don’t routinely prescribe exercise as part of their patients’ cancer treatment plan. Photo …

Could recent recommendations to lower the threshold for diagnosing patients with high blood pressure harm the newly diagnosed? Katy Bell, University of Sydney; Amir Qaseem, Thomas Jefferson University; Jenny Doust, …

Research Check: is it true pasta doesn’t make you gain weight, and could even help you lose it? Pasta has a low glycaemic index. Photo by chuttersnap on Unsplash Clare …