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Sleepwalking To Redundancy Read Article →

Sleepwalking To Redundancy

May 11th 1997, Garry Kasparov is preparing to play a game of chess.
Choose the blue pill or... the sugar pill Read Article →

Choose the blue pill or… the sugar pill

The placebo effect is a powerful phenomenon in medicine.
Everything you need to know about the mobile stroke unit Read Article →

Everything you need to know about the mobile stroke unit

It seems like something reminiscent of a science fiction movie.
Ethical publishing - Who’s keeping watch? Read Article →

Ethical publishing – Who’s keeping watch?

Professor David Vaux is a deputy director and joint division head of the Cell Signaling and Cell Death Division at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, and has a strong interest in research integrity.
Living With Worms Read Article →

Living With Worms

Over thousands of years, parasites have evolved alongside (and inside) humans.
A World Free From Hep B Read Article →

A World Free From Hep B

Hepatitis B has remained neglected for too long, but that is beginning to change.
From Eminence to Evidence Read Article →

From Eminence to Evidence

The evolution of traditional medical practice to an approach based on scientific evidence and reasoning has improved patient outcomes enormously, and is one of the most important transitions in healthcare we have made to date.
The Methadone Program: a continued first-line option for opioid dependence? Read Article →

The Methadone Program: a continued first-line option for opioid dependence?

Opium, derived from the seemingly innocuous poppy, is an addictive but highly effective pain-relief agent.
Alzheimer's Disease - are we forgetting something? Read Article →

Alzheimer’s Disease – are we forgetting something?

My lasting memory of my grandmother is unfortunately very different to the vibrant and kind woman my parents describe.
Food for thought: unpacking the global burden of non-communicable diseases Read Article →

Food for thought: unpacking the global burden of non-communicable diseases

A rapidly expanding field of research suggests that the food we eat plays an integral role in either preventing or accelerating some of the world’s most prevalent and life-threatening diseases.

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