The suitability and effectiveness of aerosol spray sunscreens is being questioned after numerous reports of people still getting sunburnt.
Craig Butt Dengue fever cases in Australia reached a 20-year high last year, driven by travellers being infected in tropical areas such as Bali and bringing the virus back with them.
Kate Aubusson For 39-year-old Jacinta Jamieson, her specialist breast cancer nurse is a carer, therapist, social worker and friend in one comforting package.
Julia Medew Chewing a piece of gum could be more effective than a common drug for relieving nausea, new research by Melbourne doctors suggests.
Kate Aubusson, Peter Hannam Health authorities have warned Sydneysiders to be on alert as the baking sun sends temperatures and ozone levels soaring and triggers a total fire ban.
Kate Aubusson The visible band of ground-level ozone triggered on sunny, still days in areas of high air pollution will have Sydneysiders with asthma and other respiratory conditions on high alert.
Rania Spooner Doctors and nurses often don't accurately know the risks and benefits of common surgical procedures, tests and drugs, potentially adding to costly medical overuse: study
Harriet Alexander A father and son's lego project became a mission to raise awareness about sun safety.
Daniel Burdon The indirect economic cost of rising numbers of ageing Australians with diabetes, measured in 'lost productive life years', is set to hit $2.9 billion a year by 2030, up from $2.1 billion in 2015.
Daniel Burdon Calls for the ACT to return to leading the national debate on safe needle exchange programs in prisons have been reignited.