The global #metoo andÂ #TimesUp movements as well as Australiaâs marriage equality vote have brought the topic of gender to the fore.
09 May 2018
ThereÂ are important healthcare implications for women with mammographically dense breasts. High mammographic density not only reduces the sensitivity of mammography, but is also independently associated with an increased breast cancer risk.
02 May 2018
IÂ exploded the other day. Well, internally combusted. I fitted the patient into a busy early morning session, a young man whom I knew well, with a congenital chromosomal condition and lower limb lymphoedema.Â
24 April 2018
Travellers to the Pacific need to be warned about the risk of dengue fever and protect themselves against mosquito bites in light of a recent outbreak of the disease.
18 April 2018
TheÂ big news story for HIV in 2018 was the listing of pre-exposure propyhylaxis (PrEP) on the PBS from 1 April. This meansÂ PrEP will be subsidised on the PBS, that all GPs can prescribe it and community pharmacies can dispense the medication.
11 April 2018
Over the past two decades, biologicÂ agents have transformed the inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) therapeutic landscape.
10 April 2018
TALKING WOMENClinical psychologistÂ Gillian NeedlemanÂ looks at the dirty secret of clean diets.
04 April 2018
HandÂ and wrist injuries are the most common work-related mishaps in Australia.1Â
03 April 2018
Endometriosis is more common than diabetes or breast cancer, but has no known cause or cure.Â About 176 million women worldwide, including adolescents, suffer from endometriosis, yet it is rare before menarche or after menopause.Â
28 March 2018
AroundÂ 3% of infants in Australia are born with a significant physical and/or intellectual disability that is, in many cases, associated with a shortened life span. However, for many of these conditions, it is now possible to identify a genetic cause.