Bone marrow registry's recruitment drive | Trials and errors of alopecia treatment | Prostate cancer screening
Australia's bone marrow donor registry is funding a cheek swab program to recruit more donors, as it awaits government funding.
Also, the latest in alopecia treatment for those who want to reverse hair loss — and the perspective of those who don't.
And prostate cancer screening can be imprecise and invasive. Could delving into the genome help narrow things down?
A new kind of ADHD clinic is cashing in on surging demand for diagnoses — and promising salaries of more than $900,000 to recruit psychiatrists.
The World Health Organisation has advised against artificial sweeteners for weight loss because they offer no long-term benefits.
Australian research has found a link between diets high in ultra-processed foods and an increase in risk of depression.
Healthcare is a large greenhouse gas emitter,...