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The Conversation (AU) - Health

Australia is about to start its first trial of psychedelic drugs for the treatment of anxiety and depression. If the results are positive, this cou...

Irish Independent Health

An anti-HIV tablet will be offered to at-risk groups later this year after an independent review found it safe and highly effective.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

People with a sweet tooth can (partly) blame their genes for their sugar habit. New research shows how the brain also gets involved.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Getting enough exercise to offset the health impacts of sitting might be easier than you think, new research shows.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Constipation can occur when there's a delay in digested food passing through your body and being expelled. It can also happen when your poo is too ...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

All too often, researchers around the world act in competition when trying to answer research questions in an emergency situation, such as outbreak...

Irish Medical Times

Reduction in medical cards issued coincides with an increase in Doctor Visit Cards allotted

Irish Medical Times

Doctors and nurses worldwide, including in Ireland, set to mobilise around planetary health

Irish Medical Times

Prof John Fitzpatrick was 65 when he suffered a fatal subarachnoid haemorrhage in 2014

Irish Medical Times

The details of the early surgical procedures carried out at Beacon Hospital are featured in a recent paper in the Journal of Robotic Surgery

Irish Medical Times

‘The proposed agreement reverses the disproportionate application of the FEMPI legislation to general practice’

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Almost half of Aboriginal kids living remotely will have a school sore at any one time. But there aren't enough of the right antibiotics to treat t...