medical research

Our sports heroes often use ice vests, slushies and misting fans to keep their cool during the heat of battle. Firefighters should have access to the same gear.

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A study has found that cost and access are the main barriers to more people using pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP.

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Australia is getting close to eliminating HIV transmission, but inequities in the delivery and uptake of prevention and treatment strategies remain.

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Advances in cancer treatment, gene editing and mRNA technology are helping researchers in their pursuit of an HIV cure.

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Access to a variety of PrEP methods allows women to choose what best suits them, depending on their context and where they are in their reproductive lifespan.

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ADHD diagnoses are increasing, but the condition remains under-resourced and under-supported.

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Diagnosing ADHD in children is difficult and often has to rely on subjective interviews. Virtual reality and artificial intelligence could help fix that.

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Research suggests that excessive screen time can harm children’s cognitive development, but how much is too much?

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Elementary school teachers in Indonesia have described working with ADHD students. The critical message is they need to know more about the condition.

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For teenagers with a high fear of missing out, high social media use is linked to increased anxiety. It might be time for a tech health check.

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When so-called ‘superbugs’ become drug resistant, the infections they cause become even harder to treat.

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