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Prof Hannah Dahlen

The death of premature twins in Byron Bay in an apparent “wild birth”, or free birth, last week has prompted fresh concerns about giving birth without a midwife or medical assistance.

Sophia Auld

Fifty per cent of GPs have seen a rise in patient distress levels related to global conflicts, a recent Healthed survey of more than 2,300 GPs found.

Lynnette Hoffman

College claims they are upping the ante, but GPs want a more aggressive advocate in Canberra...

Lauren Butler

Weight-inclusive health care means a focus on better health with no weight loss required...

A/Prof Joanna Fong-Isariyawongse

Nearly three-quarters of high school students do not get enough sleep on school nights, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Dr Philip Tong

A 16-year-old well boy presents with a rapidly progressing erythematous nodule on the thigh

Dr Alison Poulton

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is more often diagnosed in children. That might make you wonder if people grow out it as they reach adulthood.

Lynnette Hoffman

Expert provides practical tips on diagnosing concussion, what tests to do, and when imaging may be warranted...

Lynnette Hoffman

Recently released guidelines for concussion management in youth and community sport are far more prescriptive than previous advice—but is it practical, and what does it mean for GPs?

Dr Sarah Hellewell

Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to revolutionise the way we diagnose and treat illness...

Sophia Auld

Despite increasing recognition and diagnosis of ADHD in childhood, many people still fall through the cracks, especially those with the inattentive subtype, says Dr Pansy Lai, a mental health GP at Sydney’s Mindsight Clinic.

Dr Brooke Nickel

Corporations have used feminist language to promote their products for decades. In the 1980s, companies co-opted messaging about female autonomy to encourage women’s consumption of unhealthy commodities, such as tobacco and alcohol.