Obstetrics & gynaecology

IVF 'add on' treatments: Fair choice or false hope?

Many Australians using Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) to conceive are paying for costly "add-on" treatments that lack high-quality evidence that they will improve their chances of taking home a healthy baby.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Pandemic has put long-haul pilots in a stressful tailspin

Stress levels among commercial airline pilots have skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic, putting their mental health at risk, according to a new study by the University of South Australia.


Abbott infant formula plant closed again after flooding

EleCare specialty infant formula production at Abbott's Michigan plant has been halted after severe storms triggered flooding in the plant. The closure comes less than two weeks after the factory resumed production following ...


Can pickles increase the health benefits of sour cream?

Consumer demand for dairy foods has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic, with increased demand for foods that can be easily stored and maintain quality over time. In a new report published in the Journal of Dairy Science, ...


Study calls for urgent regulation of unhealthy home deliveries

Ordering an online Uber Eats, other food, alcohol or vaping delivery from the comfort of your couch is hugely popular—but a new study is calling for urgent Government action, due to concerns unregulated, on-demand home ...


Is digital health just for the rich?

Despite COVID-19 forcing the hand of digitally reticent governments and health organizations to update, upskill and adopt digital health tools, evidence of scaled up mobile phone health (mHealth) initiatives being accessible ...

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