health

Healthcare providers have cut through in the fight against online misinformation — leaning on compassion, humour and digital savvy to reach users.

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Increasing use of social media and smartphones often cops the blame for an increase in youth mental health issues but the reality is not so simple.

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Continuous bad news is causing people to disengage. Compassion may hold the key to staying informed and trying to fix our troubled world.

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In 2021, more than 20,000 babies were born following over 100,000 initiated Assisted Reproductive Technology cycles in Australia and New Zealand.

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Restoring dignity in women’s labour can give older women the care and respect they deserve in late life.

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A shorter week reflects a flexible and results-oriented culture, where employees are judged on the quality of work rather than how long they are in the office.

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‘Neglecting and causing harm’: Overlooking autistic and ADHD women has been the norm for generations. Gender bias in this field is a public health concern.

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Women with chronic pain want to be listened to, believed, responded to, and effectively treated. Are their cries finally being heard?

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Almost 4000 years since “hysteria” was blamed on the wandering uterus, sexism in healthcare persists. The costs to women are catastrophic.

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Real-time data, early warnings and engaging communities empower health authorities to manage dengue outbreaks and protect communities.

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Tuberculosis is one of the world’s most deadly infectious diseases — but the COVID-19 pandemic dramatically slowed efforts to eliminate it.

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