Babies who snore are widely under-diagnosed, according to Australian researchers investigating less costly and more effective methods of identifying sleep apnoea hypopnea syndrome in infants. …

ASMI says that the Expert Panel report on the regulatory framework for medicines and medical devices falls short in its recommendation to retain restrictions on …

The short film ‘The Pick Up’— where a man walks into a bar and meets a very attractive lady called Gonorrhoea—has taken out the top …

Sigma Pharmaceuticals Limited has confirmed a new five-year wholesale supply and services agreement with Reform Management. With more than 1,900 independent community pharmacy customers nationally, …

Australian women are putting their heart health at risk by not being active enough – and the National Heart Foundation of Australia is urging women …

Calls for greater integration of self care into the national health policy have been welcomed by the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia. National President of the …

A new study at Griffith University aims to raise awareness of Parkinson’s Disease and improve quality of life for sufferers. Led by Gold Coast physician …

Libertarian Senator David Leyonhjelm yesterday compared the pharmacy location rules to Communism, during Senate debates regarding the National Health Amendment (Pharmaceutical Benefits) Bill. The Bill …

Health Minister Sussan Ley says consumers are the big winners from the Senate passing the PBS reform package, which she says will deliver cheaper medicines …

Diseases such as scabies, which affects an estimated 70% of children in remote regions of the country may be eased thanks to MSD funding boost …

A crackdown on access to codeine combination analgesics could leave us all worse off, writes Dr Deon Schoombie. Millions of Australians use over-the-counter medicines on …

Medicines Australia says it is “extremely disappointed” with a last-minute decision by Health Minister Sussan Ley to abandon a Strategic Agreement, which it says casts …