Losing as little as 3 kilograms could reduce the national disease burden by 14 per cent by 2020.
Georgina Connery AMA voices concerns about the safety of getting a flu shot in a pharmacy.
Chloe Booker An oestrogen shortage has left as many as 300,000 Australian women struggling to buy it.
Andrew Taylor International patient safety expert Sir Liam Donaldson said there is work to be done to reduce medical errors.
Kate Aubusson and Murray Trembath Sydney cancer specialist Dr Kiran Phadke has been cleared to return to work after spending almost 12 months at the centre of a gruelling investigation by health authorities.
Marcus Strom A public health advocate has slammed the organisation for its refusal to endorse March for Science rallies in Australia.
Julia Medew Thousands of patients are being exposed to potentially fatal superbugs because their doctors and other hospital staff are not washing their hands, new data shows.
Rania Spooner A six-year-old boy has become the first Australian to be infected with the liver-damaging virus hepatitis E by receiving locally donated blood.
Andrew Taylor The Australian Navy has been ordered to pay compensation to the widow of a sailor whose smoking habit was caused by his military service.
Harriet Alexander Some doctors have increased their fees by up to 400 per cent, knowing the bill would be footed by taxpayers and not their price sensitive customers.
Narooma man Bill Koerber, 85, pleased to find wooden shelves he made as an apprentice at 16 are ...
Couple who abandoned their capsized boat earlier this month locate the vessel almost three weeks later
Angry Gundagai activists vow to continue assault on NSW Government.
For a species that is struggling, the past few months have been a disaster for flying-foxes.
Daylight Saving Time finishes on Sunday, April 2 - do you know which way to turn your clock?
More than 45 wool producers, makers and creators to gather for a yarn at markets next month.
21 projects will be boosted for costs of recruitment, training and retaining volunteers.