There are some important lessons to learn from COVID-19 when it comes to handling future flu seasons.
Raquel de Brito
Diabetic patients now have online access to much-needed support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Perth fitness entrepreneur Madalin Giorgetta is at the forefront of a movement advocating for people to to ditch the toxic culture surrounding fad regimens.
While all of us are vulnerable, the COVID-19 pandemic presents a unique set of challenges for those fighting cancer.
The global pandemic is changing the way health practitioners treat patients
Perth experts reveal strategies to care for your wellbeing amid the coronavirus crisis
West Australians worried they have coronavirus can be tested at special COVID clinics from today.
A Fremantle Dockers player has been sent for testing for coronavirus, after he was exposed to a friend who had been in China earlier this year.
The West Australian was given an exclusive tour of the facility at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital that from early next week will test West Australians worried they are infected with coronavirus.
The alarm has been raised over concerns WA could be hit by a double-whammy of coronavirus and influenza circulating at the same time, with calls for early supplies of the flu vaccine to be rushed in.
We ask the experts to weigh in on the new online service aiming to revolutionise women’s reproductive health
Lisa Brown’s own journey with skin vitiligo inspired her debut novel Dappled.
Graham Farmer’s family say the AFL’s decision to meet the founder of the Australian Sports Brain Bank is the “best possible outcome” following their late father’s diagnosis.
WA shoppers are not buying the “keep calm and corona on” message, instead selling out supermarkets as they panic purchase toilet paper, hand sanitiser and long-lasting food.
Kate Purnell, Annabel Hennessy & Chloe Fraser
Researchers have found an association between the number of lifetime sexual partners and risk of a cancer diagnosis among both sexes, with women faring significantly worse than men.
The South Pacific island nation of Samoa has lifted a six week-state of emergency after the infection rate from a measles outbreak that swept the country started to come under control.
Depression may start in the brains of children as young as seven and warning signs could predict future emotional problems, a study suggests.
Abbey is a bright, young teenager who has endured Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) for all of her 14 years. JIA is a chronically painful and debilitating condition that has no cure.
Arthritis & Osteoporosis WA
More than 60 amendments have been added to the notice paper for the Voluntary Assisted Dying bill debate in the Upper House, including from the State Government — bringing the total to a massive 456.
You can talk, message, shop and get the time on your Apple Watch, but new research has now shown that the device can literally save your life.
Health Minister Roger Cook announces The State Government is ‘putting patients first’ by changing laws — effective immediately — to make it easier for people to access the drug for treatment.
The contentious treatment has been labelled Frankenstein science and raised a variety of scientific, ethical and social dilemmas — but does it hold the key to wiping out genetic disease in families?
Societal pressure, fuelled by social media, appears to be putting an increasing number of young people at risk of eating disorders
Hospitals will beef up security, install and upgrade CCTV systems and employ alcohol and drug specialists as part of a funding injection to crack down on violence in WA Emergency Departments.
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