It may be possible to prevent Alzheimer's disease for those already experiencing cognitive decline, according to new research from The...
“There are language and cultural differences to consider, and in some places, there is a lack of telecommunications."
Experts are calling for many of the 156 government policy measures put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic to stay long term.
"We need to consider the most effective prevention methods in line with our evolving knowledge."
A new survey developed by The Australian National University (ANU) will examine the effects of this year's bushfires and COVID-19 on...
Researchers have found a new gene mutation that leads to sudden infant death, which could unlock the case of Kathleen Folbigg.
When depression and anxiety occur together, it leads to an increase in size of the part of the brain linked to emotions.
“The most important thing is speaking out about mental health makes it okay to not be okay."
“People who have experienced the last bushfire season with children have a story to tell. We want to hear it and shape it into a story."
More than 200 well-known Australians are calling for immediate action to ensure the human future.
“This discovery could apply to all manner of diseases and particularly for the ones that don't have effective vaccines."
Professor Nolan: “This is a real problem leading to unreliable gestational diabetes test results in many countries around the world."
A comprehensive testing program has found no traces of SARS-CoV-2 in Canberra’s sewage system.
Dr Marian Burr will use her generous Snow Fellowship to help develop new treatments against deadly cancers.
Smoking rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have declined by almost 10 per cent in the last 15 years, according to a...
"We need to ensure schools are free from racism and that all children have the opportunity to thrive without the burden of racism."
A new toolkit developed by The Australian National University (ANU), with the funding support of an MS Research Australia Incubator Grant,...
Researchers say that even just one meaningful interaction, virtual or face-to-face, can have lasting mental health benefits.
Australians are drinking alcohol more frequently during the COVID-19 pandemic than before, a new report from ANU shows.
COVID-19 has underlined the urgent need for a coordinated national framework of interpreters and translation services for Australia's ...