The latest medical news on General Practice (Family Medicine)

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The Conversation (AU) - Health

It’s illegal to discuss voluntary assisted dying via telehealth, which means people who live in rural areas and those who can’t physically go to se...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Many Australians with ADHD are having trouble accessing their usual medication. This can create difficulties for people who have previously been ma...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Chronic UTIs come back repeatedly or never fully go away despite treatment.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Rather than focusing on seed oils specifically, reduce your intake of processed foods more broadly and focus on eating fresh foods.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

A free birth is when a woman chooses to have a baby, usually at home, without a registered midwife or doctor in attendance. It’s much riskier than ...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Your chance of recovery depends on how long you’ve had back pain, and whether you get effective treatment and education about your condition.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

The most important factor for disease risk is exposure – you actually have to inhale asbestos fibres to be at risk of disease. But asbestos needs t...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

There is no express right to health in New Zealand law. But international agreements protecting Indigenous rights to health and wellbeing set the s...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

But this comes with legal and health risks. Here’s what you need to know before importing medicine for yourself or your immediate family.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Accidents happen and kids get injured. But how can you tell if it needs an icepack, a physio or a trip to the emergency department?

The Conversation (AU) - Health

The infection is spread by spores called oocysts in the stools of humans and animals.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Our new study shows you may be able to walk, run, lift or dance away depression. And the more intense your exercise program, the better.