ANU researchers have discovered why malaria parasites are vulnerable to some drug therapies but resistant to others.
Men appear to “borrow” free time from their female partners to exercise but women don’t get the same time in return, experts say.
A simple new tool developed by researchers at ANU will tally the volume and monetary value of breastmilk.
ANU researchers have identified a gene called TLR7 that, when over-activated, is responsible for causing the autoimmune disease lupus.
E-cigarettes are causing harm and risk introducing a new generation to smoking, warn ANU experts in their report tabled to government.
Neighbourhood relationships and social connections protected against loneliness, depression and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Male doctors routinely overestimate female representation in the medical field, new research shows.
Australians are more hesitant to receive their third COVID vaccine dose now compared to start of booster rollout, new ANU analysis shows.
The researchers found subjective well-being has a significant impact on academic performance.
If Jen didn’t fight to convince her doctors something was seriously wrong with her, there could have been fatal consequences.
Parents and caregivers who home-schooled children during the COVID-19 pandemic experienced greater psychological distress, a study shows.
ANU researchers have identified why certain cells in the body go rogue and promote the onset of autoimmune diseases such as MS.
A widely available and affordable drug, heparin, limits lung damage when inhaled by COVID-19 patients, according to world-first findings.
Pandemic restrictions have led to longer life expectancy for Australians, a new ANU study has found.
The majority of Australians say they're more compliant with COVID-19 restrictions than their peers, according to an ANU study.
The finding has major implications – especially for Indigenous people with kidney diseases such as Tiwi Islanders.
ANU psychologist Alfaha Khan explains the simple steps we can take to navigate out of COVID-19 lockdown and into the Christmas chaos.
Certain groups who are entitled to welfare payments in Australia are perceived more negatively than others, according to a new ANU study.
A research team led by ANU releases findings from a major epidemiological study on PFAS.
Unique molecular signals in the body could help ANU researchers "bottle up" the benefits of exercise in a pill to give to patients.