A former coal miner says he would've left the industry had he known he had silicosis, but the doctors hired by his employer failed to diagnose his condition.
The world's second-largest Ebola outbreak has seen more than a thousand people infected and at least 700 have died.
Labor is defending its multi-billion-dollar pledge to provide free consultations to cancer patients after criticisms about how much it will help with patients' costs, with the Coalition slamming it as an "irresponsible hoax".
Most people recover from flu in under a week but for some it will kill and this year is shaping up to be bad. Ian Barr explains how to protect yourself
Experts say there are some "serious question marks" around the idea of an endometriosis blood test. Here's why.
Fighting to have the effects of my disability believed and respected can sometimes be more painful than the symptoms themselves, writes Erin Stewart.
Former boxer Anthony Mundine is under fire over a series of anti-vaccination tweets, with Paralympian Kurt Fearnley labelling him a "peanut" for "promoting fear".
Three times as many Australians have been diagnosed with influenza in the first three months of 2019, compared to previous years. Public health experts are urging people to protect themselves with vaccinations.
There are already bans in place in several countries after concerns linking a brand of implant and a rare type of lymphoma and doctors in Australia say they would back the Therapeutic Goods Administration if it decides to implement similar rules.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger says he is "on the mend" after undergoing reported heart valve replacement surgery that caused the postponement of the band's planned North American tour.