A MONASH University student is developing a global service to deliver natural remedies to menopausal women who can’t use hormone replacement therapy. BETHANY MxcKAY reports.
Students strapped for cash have offered up their minds and bodies for a range of scientific studies in the hopes of receiving a worthy payout. MIE SORENSEN asks if they would do it again.
Health industry professionals fear the Tasmanian Government won’t fund vaccinations against the devastating Meningococcal Strain B until there is a significant spike in cases. VICTORIA EASTOE reports.
Silicosis, once largely confined to coal miners, is increasing, largely due to the fashion for stone kitchen benchtops. KERO SUN looks at the rise of a deadly disease.
Monash University warns that measures to protect student privacy are more likely to get stricter than easier, as students continue to express frustration with Okta. ED BOURKE reports
Phone users might be shocked to learn how much time they spend interacting with a phone screen, a mental health professional warns. ISABELLA VOTSIS reports
Mental health counselling is available anytime at the end of the phone. ISABELLA REHARTA reports that not everyone is sure that’s a good thing.
Dearne Rattray-Grant’s son Deklan was the first child to begin a cannabidiol trial in Tasmania, but getting there was a near-impossible process. She spoke to VICTORIA EASTOE about the difficulties.
Why are our left and right limbs so equal in length? Researchers at Monash University spoke to JILLIAN KERZNER about the effort to find out the answer, and the surprising consequences.
Scienceworks Beyond Perception offers teen museum-goers an immersive experience designed by students for students. DAVID BONADDIO reports.