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  1. Wellbeing at work, quitting smoking, drug harms and dietary supplements2019/04/29
    Dietary supplements won't help you live longer. Quitting smoking: what's best when it comes to nicotine replacement therapy? The health effects of different drugs. Do workplace wellness programs work?
  2. Personalised medicine: hope or hype?2019/04/22
    Personalised medicine: hope or hype?
  3. Pulse pressure and Alzheimer's, mapping genomes to catch infectious diseases and the global burden of disease2019/04/15
    Pulse pressure and Alzheimer's disease. Tracking infectious bugs with genome sequencing. The global disease burden.
  4. Comparing alcohol and smoking, calculating your risk of going to hospital, the power of the word cancer and a HPV vaccine success2019/04/08
    How many cigarettes are in a bottle of wine? The effect of naming something 'cancer'. Bivalent, quadrivalent, nonavalent — how do HPV vaccines differ? Calculating your risk of hospitalisation.
  5. Calm babies and obesity, probiotics, a history of vaccinations, and mandatory reporting2019/04/01
    Does the temperament of a baby impact on whether they become obese? The evidence for whether probiotics help recurring stomach pain in kids. The history and future of vaccination. If a doctor is mentally unwell, should their colleagues have to report them?
  6. Game theory and cancer, smell training for the brain and knee and hip replacements2019/03/25
    How long do knee and hip replacements last? Smell training and your brain. Using game theory to treat cancer.
  7. Incidental exercise, universal dental care, STIs in remote Australia and the burden of brain disorders2019/03/18
    Join the stairs club, get fit? A universal dental care scheme. STIs in remote Australia. The burden of brain disorders.
  8. Lolita's uterus transplant 2019/03/15
    13 babies have been born worldwide so far using a transplanted uterus (Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, Texas (supplied))
  9. Cannabis and mood, prostate cancer, the benefits of fibre and statins for older people2019/03/11
    Fibre has huge benefits, and we're not getting enough of it. Cannabis and depression in young people. Statins safe, effective for older people. Prostate cancer, robots and radiation.
  10. Period app privacy, eliminating cervical cancer and tackling the surgery gender gap2019/03/04
    Self-testing could be key to eliminating cervical cancer. Breaking down the barriers for women in surgery. The women’s health tech boom: How private is my period data?
  11. Housing and health, artificial intelligence and radiology, and ending a horrific childbirth injury2019/02/25
    Artificial intelligence, machine learning and radiology. The links between housing and health. Australian doctors work to eliminate devastating childbirth injury.
  12. Critics lash proposed mental health changes and a new drug for breathlessness2019/02/18
    A new drug for breathlessness. Critics lash proposed mental health changes.
  13. Protect your heart with exercise2019/02/15
    Protect your heart with exercise.
  14. Is a dentist's clean worth it, surgery for shoulder pain, exercise to prevent falls and organ transplant research ethics2019/02/11
    Do you really need an annual clean at the dentist? Surgery for common shoulder problem doesn't work. The exercises that work to protect older people from falls. Organ transplants from executed Chinese prisoners and research ethics.
  15. IVF 'scratching,' lung cancer, disorders of sex development and medical scribes2019/02/04
    IVF 'scratching' doesn't work. Smoking, stigma and solutions. Scribes help doctors see more patients. Disrupted genes cause disorders of sex development.
  16. Babies and solid food, autism and depression, SIDS research and anxiety in children2019/01/28
    Early solids help babies sleep. A challenge to SIDS research. High levels of distress and depression in young people on autism spectrum. Parental risk factors for anxiety, depression in children.
  17. Your lifetime risk of stroke, rehabilitation after stroke, pill testing and traditional Chinese medicine2019/01/21
    How does pill testing actually work? One in four will have stroke during lifetime, global figures say. Australians missing out on stroke rehabilitation. Investigating traditional Chinese medicine for a vascular dementia treatment.
  18. Unravelling the Glasgow effect2019/01/14
    Glasgow in the west of Scotland has some of the worst health outcomes and life expectancy gaps in Europe.
  19. Unlocking the secrets of venom2019/01/07
    Australia is notorious for being the home of a huge number of the world's most venomous animals — funnelweb spiders, box jellyfish and brown snakes among them.
  20. What next in the war on superbugs?2018/12/31
    Antibiotics are obviously a very useful drug, and have been for decades. Trouble is, disease-causing bacteria get used to them, and become resistant. That's what leads to so-called superbugs that can't be treated with modern antibiotics.
  21. Fighting the good fight: eradicating polio is both political and personal2018/12/24
    After 30 years of intense effort and billions of dollars, the battle to rid the world of devastating polio virus seems almost won.
  22. Rethinking what's best for low back pain2018/12/17
    Do you suffer from lower back pain?
  23. What's the future of medical research in Australia?2018/12/11
    What's the future of medical research in Australia?
  24. US blood pressure guidelines, telehealth for cancer treatment, future of medical research, welcoming the wellderly2018/12/10
    No benefits from US blood pressure guideline tweaks. What makes someone 'wellderly?'. Treating remote cancer patients with telehealth. Medical research challenges: Funding, big data and the structure of research.
  25. Weird skin changes during pregnancy, tennis and long life, bowel cancer and cerebral palsy2018/12/03
    Cerebral palsy on the decline in Australia. Weird skin changes triggered by pregnancy. Preventing bowel cancer deaths. Want a longer life? Play tennis.
  26. Deadly devices, lacklustre regulation — unpacking The Implant Files2018/11/26
    Deadly devices, lacklustre regulation — unpacking The Implant Files. How can we improve medical device safety in Australia?
  27. Diabetes drugs, omega-3 and pregnancy, spinal injury patients and bionic eyes2018/11/19
    Diabetes drugs linked to higher risk of amputations, acidic blood. Omega-3 supplements in pregnant women reduce risk of premature birth. Paraplegic men walk again after electrical stimulation treatment. Bionic eyes restore sense of sight in Australian patients.
  28. Omega-3 and vitamin D, low back pain education, sex differences for heart attack and opioid use in Australia2018/11/12
    Omega-3, vitamin D supplements don't prevent cancer, heart disease. Sex differences in heart attack risk factors. Pain education doesn't help those with acute low back pain. Opioid deaths on the rise in Australia.
  29. Bullying in healthcare, chlamydia testing, new pregnancy guidelines and spinal injury treatment2018/11/05
    Sitting is not the new smoking. Bullying, harassment 'endemic' in Australian health care system. Questions raised over chlamydia testing policy. Pregnancy guidelines around vitamin D, hepatitis C testing updated.
  30. Extremely premature babies, Australia's statin research, Alzheimer's and genetic research2018/10/29
    Risk profile for very premature babies changes over time. Alzheimer's and the body's 'acid bath'. Most genes neglected by biomedical research. The legacy of the LIPID trial.
  31. Health on Nauru, refusing cancer treatment, weight loss surgery and the advancing old-age front2018/10/22
    Doctors call for transfer of asylum seeker children off Nauru. People with curable cancer who refuse treatment. Is Australia's ageing population a myth? Bariatric surgery helps with losing weight, keeping it off.
  32. Flushing out UTIs, surgery vs therapy for knee injuries, dysphonia and the death of John Deeble2018/10/15
    Drink water to flush out UTIs. Surgery vs physical therapy for meniscal tears. What's it like to live with a voice disorder? Vale Professor John Deeble, the 'father of Medicare'.
  33. Can my pacemaker be hacked?2018/10/08
    Pacemakers and cybersecurity. The journey of blood.
  34. The problem with nutritional research2018/10/01
    On the Health Report, we cover all sorts of nutritional research - the Mediterranean diet, what fat is right for you, how much salt is safe, diets to protect you from diabetes, early death, heart disease.
  35. What the healthcare industry can learn from aviation2018/09/24
    What the healthcare industry can learn from aviation.
  36. Daily aspirin doesn't protect against heart attack or stroke in healthy older people2018/09/17
    Millions of healthy older people with no history of heart attack or stroke take low-dose aspirin in the hope it will reduce their risk and prolong good health.
  37. A genetic test that can predict your dementia risk2018/09/10
    Genetic test predicts dementia risk. Warning over new genetic tests on Medicare Benefits Schedule. Colonoscopy standards to reduce unnecessary treatment, risk of complications. Scan your heart to save your life.
  38. Undescended testicles linked to infertility, testicular cancer2018/09/03
    Researchers have found baby boys born with genital anomalies are more likely to develop infertility, and even testicular cancer, later in life.
  39. Phantom odour perception: smelling things that aren't there2018/08/27
    Something's burning on the stove — you can smell it. But when you go to check, nothing's there. New research suggests more than five per cent of people experience 'phantom odour perception.' That's where you experience smells, often unpleasant, that aren't really there. But what causes this curious condition isn't always clear.
  40. How can we make Australia's hospitals safer?2018/08/20
    The Grattan Institute has today released a report saying that if all hospitals were as safe as the top 10 per cent then $1.5 billion would be saved each year.
  41. DNA tests, the Golden State Killer and your privacy2018/08/13
    Commercial DNA testing services and crowdsourced genetic databases are helping people find long-lost relatives.
  42. How to prevent late-onset epilepsy when you’re in your 40s2018/08/06
    Epilepsy is most common in the elderly — and it's what happens in your mid-life that can influence your risk.
  43. Omega-3 supplements don't protect against heart attack or stroke2018/07/30
    A new Cochrane review says Omega-3 supplements don't reduce your risk of cardiovascular events. Plus: cannabis and pregnancy, accessing routinely collected hospital data in Australia, and using low-dose aspirin to prevent vascular events -- what's the right dose?
  44. Cancer and exercise: Improving treatment and outcomes2018/07/23
    There's a possible treatment available for people with cancer that's free, evidence-based and associated with excellent health benefits. Exercise. Plus — building family trees using routinely collected hospital data, and returning research results to study participants.
  45. Health Report presents Science Friction: the trials and tribulations of experimental drug trials2018/07/19
    It can feel like a game of Russian roulette. Whose interests are being served in clinical trials for cancer drugs?

  46. Teens drinking may lead to alcohol problems later in life2018/07/16
    Regular teen drinking appears to lead to alcohol problems later in life. When is it worth using ECG screening for heart disease? How to regulate tDCS, to stop people excessively zapping their brains. Improving treatment for sexually transmitted 'superbug', Mycoplasma genitalium.
  47. Promising new vaccine for HIV trialled in humans2018/07/09
    Does methamphetamine use increase your risk of developing Parkinson's disease? Promising new HIV vaccine candidate trialled in humans. Time to rethink how we're treating muscle and joint pain? The fight to eradicate malaria, from the first Malaria World Congress.
  48. Fighting the good fight: eradicating polio is both political and personal2018/07/02
    Fighting the good fight: eradicating polio is both political and personal.
  49. Two drinks a day: too risky?2018/06/25
    Two drinks a day: too risky? Senate explores 'three parent babies' and mitochondrial donation. Headphones and hearing loss in children. High levels of risk of heart disease and stroke for Indigenous Australians.
  50. Theranos: How a med-tech startup came crashing down2018/06/18
    Superbugs in your supermarket? FDA approves drug to treat river blindness developed by Australian organisation. Theranos: How a med-tech startup came crashing down. New blood test could predict risk of heart attack.
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