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A 14-year-old boy has completely lost vision in his left eye after falling while playing the mobile phone game While playing Pokémon GO the boy was distracted by the game …

When it comes to sexual health, making access easier matters, writes Dr Mitchell Tanner Stigma Health thanks the authors of this piece for reviewing our new service and we do …

Disruptive technology can help improve the patient experience, write Liam Murphy and Jackie Eyles There is no denying that the status quo of current healthcare practice is in the grip …

As workers get an innovative new tool to record their hours, it is time for businesses to take record-keeping as seriously as the courts and government, writes Natalie James It’s …

An app which makes it easier for sick consumers to get an absence from work certificate was named the winner in this year’s PharmHack More than 50 participants and observers …

Viiv and NAPWHA launch a free app to help Australians with HIV which could help improve medicines compliance ViiV Healthcare in collaboration with the National Association of People with HIV …

Accu-Chek app users have been advised to update the app immediately Roche Diabetes Care Australia, in consultation with the TGA, is instructing users of the Accu-Chek Connect Diabetes Management app …

Pharmacists can empower patients to self-manage their chronic disease using apps A pilot program led by the University of Canberra has found iPads and other mobile devices can help people …

How to pick the good from the bad smartphone health apps Carol Maher, University of South Australia With an estimated 100,000 health and fitness apps available on the two leading …

A new survey from VicHealth shows two in five Victorians trust health and wellbeing apps for information about being healthy despite a new guide showing many may be ineffective. VicHealth …