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Supply and demand: are doctors manipulating the medical market? Read Article →

Supply and demand: are doctors manipulating the medical market?

Any market – be it housing, retail, or even health – is dictated to a degree by supply and demand.
The Importance of the Home GP Read Article →

The Importance of the Home GP

According to new data released by the Australian Institute of Health Welfare (AIHW), nearly 50% of all Australians suffer from one chronic medical condition, while 20% suffer from at least two.

Politics

Humanity Lost? Read Article →

Humanity Lost?

‘We started the revolution holding roses.

Law & Ethics

Working to improve equity – in health and gender – in rural Swaziland Read Article →

Working to improve equity – in health and gender – in rural Swaziland

‘My memory of men is never lit up and illuminated like my memory of women.
The rewritten story of the ‘birds and bees’, now featuring needles and politics Read Article →

The rewritten story of the ‘birds and bees’, now featuring needles and politics

The traditional sense of family has been reconceptualised in the 21st century, with a need to remake the old ‘birds and bees’ tale into a story that can embody the advances in today’s reproductive technology.

Research & Technology

“Do not spit”: The history of tuberculosis, 4000 years on Read Article →

“Do not spit”: The history of tuberculosis, 4000 years on

“For every death from a zymotic disease, some person should be hanged, and it would be only just to begin with the Prime Minister.
Frances Oldham Kelsey, MD, CM:  An Unwavering Commitment to Evidence Based Medicine Read Article →

Frances Oldham Kelsey, MD, CM: An Unwavering Commitment to Evidence Based Medicine

Frances Oldham Kelsey, MD, CM, a pharmacologist and doctor by trade, was the second woman in the United States to be awarded the President's Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service by President John F.

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