New-onset jaundice presents a diagnostic challenge in an otherwise well toddler.
Relationship therapy can be daunting for many GPs. Here are a few tips.
The remarkable story of Dr Donald Henderson and how one of nature’s biggest killers was eradicated.
Severe epigastric pain was the only presenting sign that urgent treatment was needed.
The explosion in wearable technology in recent years may be a commercial fad but many believe it will benefit doctors in treating patients. Australian Doctor takes a look.
Last week it emerged that the top man in the health department — Martin Bowles — is bulk-billed for short consults. Paul Smith shares his thoughts.
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