medicine

'Never too late': Doctor starts career when most retire

'Never too late': Doctor starts career when most retire

"It is never too late ... you have to at least give it a go."

Outreach and e-health is expert's prediction

Outreach and e-health is expert's prediction

Prevention, prediction, personalised, participatory health to come.

Do you need private health insurance? Maybe not

Do you need private health insurance? Maybe not

IF YOU’RE considering buying private health insurance, hold off.

Actor Kirstie Alley tries to cash in on Las Vegas tragedy

Actor Kirstie Alley tries to cash in on Las Vegas tragedy

Bizarre tweets from Kirsty Alley push Scientologist agenda

How a local tragedy changed vaccine protocol

How a local tragedy changed vaccine protocol

A 1928 incident left 12 children dead and changed vaccine safety

Medicinal marijuana 'easier than ever' to access

Medicinal marijuana 'easier than ever' to access

But Coast patients say it's not quite that simple.

Australia's bizarre history of snakebite treatments

Australia's bizarre history of snakebite treatments

Human death toll from snakebites not always so low in Australia

Hospital air-con breakdown destroys drugs worth $30K

Hospital air-con breakdown destroys drugs worth $30K

Hot weather contributed, says health service CEO

Dodgy knees? Have you tried some weed?

Dodgy knees? Have you tried some weed?

Cannabis gel could hold key to easing osteoarthritis pain

EXPLAINED: Is there a point to private health insurance?

EXPLAINED: Is there a point to private health insurance?

Payments for extras is spread across all age groups

Antibiotics failing against common infections

Antibiotics failing against common infections

Antibiotic resistance being seen in fight against common infections

Michael Mosley gets the inside scoop in new docos

Michael Mosley gets the inside scoop in new docos

HOST gets the lowdown on the story, even if it's hard to swallow.

Breakthrough medicines to reach Australia sooner

Breakthrough medicines to reach Australia sooner

CANCER patients could have access to new medicines 2yrs earlier.

On-site testing could help rural residents and taxpayers

On-site testing could help rural residents and taxpayers

Point-of-care testing to give patients their diagnosis locally