Hospital food has a poor reputation, but the meals served at an Adelaide healthcare facility are being described as particularly inedible. It is the second facility to come under fire for its food quality this year.
When Matilda Donald was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy, her parents feared she would never walk. Now the two-and-a-half-year-old has taken her first steps on her own.
As the misuse of nitrous oxide — or "nangs" — by young people increases, youth advocates are calling for improved regulations to limit the sale of the drug, which can cause unconsciousness, and brain damage, and sudden death.
Joel Robinson is one of Australia's few producers of the beverage mead — and he is doing it with an extremely rare olfactory condition that makes almost everything smell like rotting flesh or burnt rubber.
You know the symptoms well enough, but what's actually happening inside your body when you have food poisoning? A new study sheds some light on this, and could lead to better treatment for severe symptoms.
Climate change denial prevents effective action on emissions, and leads to other lies and evasions by our leaders who support big coal and other polluters. Our government hit a new low point this week, by admonishing those who care, writes David Shearman.
A report by the Kirby institute shows Indigenous HIV rates skyrocketed despite an decrease in the rest of the population.
Almost 900,000 people were added to the public hospital elective surgery waiting list over the last year, a jump of 70,000 in five years, and they had to wait longer.