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As the sauna-like heat of the build-up approaches Darwin, one of Australia's top architects says the answer to a cooler city could be right before our eyes.
When Roseanne Barr tweeted a racist comment, she initially blamed Ambien. Now Elon Musk has name-dropped the drug in an emotional interview with the New York Times. So what is it and why does it keep making the news?
Labor believes hundreds of deaths could be prevented by real-time monitoring of drug prescriptions in pharmacies and GP clinics, promising to roll out a state-based system amid slow progress on a national scheme.
Lyniece Bolitho had an idyllic childhood growing up in Wittenoom at the foot of WA's Hamersley Ranges — until the men in her family started dying when she was 14.
For years, patients at Orange Hospital in central-west NSW faced a shortage of car spaces. Now there are fears Goulburn will find itself in a similar situation, and in Wagga Wagga, the hospital redevelopment is also putting pressure on parking.
After three failed attempts to get it placed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, a new generation drug has been given the green light.
An ex-serviceman who was threatened with a 'green on blue' attack while mentoring soldiers in Afghanistan is finding a way to heal thanks to a Men's Shed on the Gold Coast.
The newly-appointed head of the Federal Government's disability safety commission says he is willing to issue civil penalties to service providers who do not protect their clients.
The latest outbreak started just a week after the country declared an end to a separate outbreak and marks the first time health workers have had to work in an active conflict zone, where armed groups regularly kill and kidnap civilians.
A Chinese medicine practitioner is granted bail after being charged over the death of a woman with type 2 diabetes, after he allegedly advised her to replace her medication with herbal remedies.
Three senior WA Health bureaucrats involved in a decade-long corruption scandal that saw them receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in travel, lavish meals and cash walked away with six-figure payouts from the department, the State Government confirms.
If it weren't for extensive adaptations of Port Fairy's kindergarten and Catholic school, mainstream education would be a deathtrap for Katie Keane.
Research shows people tip better on a sunny day, but think more clearly when it's cloudy. So how else does the weather affect our mood — and our health?
We're beginning to understand that psychological and neuroscience research has some catching up to do, in accounting for human diversity and its range of perspectives, Dr Belinda Liddell writes.
Athletes with ACL injuries once lined up for the LARS surgery, touted as a miracle cure capable of shaving eight months off recovery time — but it has since fallen out of favour.