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.
The man behind a $10 million donation to Southern Cross University says he will not try to influence what is taught in holistic medical courses.
When Carol Camilleri had her breast implant surgery in 2014, she had no idea the model she was about to put in her body had been causing alarm in medical circles.
An investigation by ABC News finds defibrillators with a history of safety problems are still being used in Australia nearly 18 months after they were withdrawn from sale.
As a soldier, Wolfgang Neszpor spent a decade serving his country. But he never expected his most serious injury to come when he was safely back home.
A world-first investigation uncovers a trove of information from regulators and manufacturers to create a global picture of the harm caused by faulty medical devices.
A few years ago, we heard that processed meat was carcinogenic to humans, and red meat probably was too. Then it was "very hot" drinks (but not coffee specifically) — and the list of cancer-causing substances goes on. But what does it all really mean?