The sexual revolution is producing a new wave of throat and tongue cancers among middle aged people who are falling victim to a rare side effect of the "common cold of sexually transmitted infections".
Mary Ward Hint: you don't do it a lot.
Sarah Berry Could your morning coffee be giving you more than a caffeine hit?
Amy Corderoy NSW patients are regularly waiting up to a year and sometimes even more just to get in to see a doctor only to be told they need to wait some more to get surgery, groundbreaking new data shows.
Amy Corderoy and Nicole Hasham Imagine your child caught tuberculosis, a potentially deadly infection attacking their growing lungs.
Esther Han The push to make codeine painkillers such as Nurofen Plus and Panadeine Extra prescription-only unfairly punishes people who want flexibility in managing their pain, says a consumer group.
Michael Coulter Here's the good news: playing video games can help stroke survivors regain lost movement.
Inga Ting Nearly half a million premature deaths in Australia could have been prevented with the right healthcare and government policies, new research from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has found.
Julia Medew Health Editor Seven years ago, Lia Ward had a sliding doors moment that probably saved her life.