Australia has an opportunity to be a voice for global vaccine equality, according to ANU expert Professor Susan Sell
The CRISPER project aims to make pandemic data and information more easily accessible to the public.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults who have experienced discrimination have poorer health outcomes.
A new national study shows most patients in Australia are not getting suitable end-of-life care.
Pregnant women exposed to natural disasters such as volcanoes are more likely to give birth prematurely, according to a new study.
A new study published today highlights the importance of a 'go hard, go early,' strategy when it comes to responding to growing outbreaks...
New research suggests cancer is a type of genetic throwback that progresses via a series of reversions to ancestral forms of life.
“This study provided us with evidence of the impact of the music making beyond its entertainment value."
The Northern Territory could lose a third of its doctors as they look to escape the dangerous effects of climate change, ANU expert says.
"It shows us trust in the government and social cohesion are important."
"We need to urgently remove these inequities and eliminate cervical cancer in Indigenous women.”
"It could be a completely new approach to treat allergies and autoimmune diseases."
Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have exposed a fatal flaw in the deadly parasite that causes malaria - one of the...
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The most at-risk Australians should be vaccinated against COVID-19 now, but the rest of the country can wait, according to ANU experts.
A first-of-its-kind program launching today will help reduce gambling harm in Indigenous communities across NSW.
Experts argue COVID-19 offers fertile ground to address global inequities and create a more equal world warn governments must act now.
The study analysed data from 1,388 people followed over 10 years, starting in 2006.
"This drug is very safe, and we are very excited about its potential use against sepsis.”
"The research shows the approach to reduce family and community violence needs to be underpinned by addressing intergenerational violence."