Published Articles

Caution urged over GP tool to assess aspirin bleed risk

It shouldn't automatically trigger a move towards using aspirin for primary prevention, says expert.
05 March 2019

People with autism have twice the mortality rate of general population

Study suggests this is driven by those with autism and concurrent intellectual disability.
26 February 2019

Most delirium patients on drugs that worsen the condition

Up to 73% are on medicines associated with delirium, according to one study.
30 January 2019

Psychotropics in autism 'not linked to relevant diagnosis'

Researchers are calling on doctors to regularly review medicines in ASD.
23 November 2018

Concussion linked with increased risk of suicide

A knock to the head is associated with long-term neuropsychiatric illness, study finds.
14 November 2018

Most new chiro patients want treatment for headache

But some patients with secondary pain risk 'serious consequences' if they're not properly diagnosed, study says.
25 October 2018

Neurologist suspended for 'financially exploiting' dementia patient

He charged the patient for 78 consults in 87 days, at a cost of $25,265.
09 October 2018

How GPs can help to stem our brain drain

Dissecting diseased grey matter is crucial to medical science, but a lack of healthy controls is hampering important research.
05 September 2018

Are asthma and ADHD linked?

If so, it could confirm a common inflammatory pathogenesis
07 August 2018

Parkinson's therapy linked to gambling and binge eating

Pathological gambling and binge eating are among the impulse disorders strongly linked to dopamine agonist therapy for Parkinson’s disease, researchers say
27 June 2018