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The Conversation (AU) - Health

Can you use a test intended for adults or older children? How do you test a wriggling or grumpy small child anyway? We’re infection control and chi...

Journal of Family Psychology

Caregivers often face critical decisions, burdens, and perceived benefits related to a loved one participating in cancer clinical trial (CCTs). The...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

As cases continue to skyrocket in Australia, parents are understandably worried about what would happen if their baby got COVID.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

The WHO has released a major report on assistive technology. It says almost 1 billion children and adults can’t get the glasses, wheelchairs, techn...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

A yet-to-be-verified study found health-care workers who’d had a flu shot were a third less likely to test positive for COVID – and 90% less likely...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

What’s the difference between a variant and a subvariant? It’s all in the behaviour.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Most research on the impact of unplanned pregnancies focuses on mothers. So we turned to Reddit to find out what dads really thought.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Positive patient reviews will soon be legal to use in medical advertising in Australia. How powerful is word-of-mouth promotion for health services?

The Conversation (AU) - Health

It all comes down to an oily secretion from special glands beneath our skin, which are very prevalent under the armpits, and more active at certain...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Poor areas are more likely to have low COVID vaccination rates, even though residents in these areas have greater exposure to the virus.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

The effects of COVID and a new treatment for it are leaving a bad taste in the mouth for many. How do we detect what’s salty, sweet, bitter, sour o...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Despite rising cases and deaths, governments are have not even raised the prospect of imposing some public health restrictions.