Published Articles

Dementia prevalence on the decline in over-65s

Public health measures may explain the 'significant' drop in the disease for both men and women, say researchers.
20 March 2019

Pregnant pause: New twist in paracetamol‚Äďasthma link

Other factors at play since other analgesics show similar increases, authors speculate.
19 March 2019

Fifth time lucky? Revamp of practice incentives delayed again

The long-promised reform has now been pushed back to August.
19 March 2019

Tributes for GP killed in NZ terrorist attack

Dr Amjad Hamid was known as a kind and hard-working doctor, who would share fresh baked goods with his colleagues.
19 March 2019

Medicare rebates for imaging to lift for first time in 20 years

Health minister Greg Hunt pledges $200 million to reduce out-of-pocket costs for scans.
18 March 2019

NZ massacre: Outpouring of support from Aussie doctors

Tributes flow on social media for victims of terror attack that has left at least 50 dead and dozens injured.
18 March 2019

Headspace admits it has a GP problem

The youth mental health provider has acknowledged it is struggling to recruit and retain doctors.
18 March 2019

Up there, Cazaly: Are painkiller injections in sport safe?

Players face complications from exposure to local anaesthetics.
18 March 2019

Doctor charged with rape allowed to keep practising

He was suspended over the alleged removal of a condom during initially consensual sex.
15 March 2019

Chiros banned from performing spinal manipulation on kids under two

The chiropractic board's interim policy is 'designed to protect the public' until the results of an inquiry are released.
15 March 2019