It’s the leading cause of death in Americans under 50, and now the deadliest drug crisis in US history is making its way Down Under. KIM SCHROER reports
Festival-goers think that pill-testing is an important way to reduce harm from drugs, according to a recent survey. HANNAH TRZCINSKI reports.
Mojo News kicks off a multi-part Lupus Awareness Month series uncovering the experiences of some of the sufferers. DAVID BONADDIO, who also lives with lupus, has this report for Mojo News.
With “Asian flush” affecting one in three Asians, some have taken to acid reflux pills to prevent this, but is it safe? LAUREN CHOO reports
Australia’s first pill testing trial at Groovin’ the Moo last weekend was a big success, according to Australia’s largest drug and alcohol youth treatment service. SOPHIE GRIFFITHS reports
Emma O’Kelly was a perfectly healthy 21-year-old until a rare autoimmune disease suddenly left her paralysed. But this Sunday, Emma will stand at the start line of the Wings for Life World Run. ELLIANA SALTALAMACCHIA tells her story.
After a Hepatitis A health alert was issued in Victoria in January, free vaccinations are being offered to men who have sex with men, but not enough are taking up the offer. JORDYN GRUBISIC and KIRSTY WILSON report.
A hormone-free contraceptive pill for men could be on the market within the next five to 10 years, without the homonal side-effects. NELL O’SHEA CARRE and AMBER SCHULTZ take a closer look.
As the age that women give birth steadily rises, studies under way at Monash University are aiming to help mothers win the race against their biological clocks. BETHANY MCKAY reports
Australians don’t brush our teeth often enough – and we suffer the consequences. That’s disturbing news on World Oral Health Day, writes PHOEBE LAY