The study shows people gain most kilograms as early adults, and this accumulates into obesity later on.
Esther Han Australian parents are demanding warning labels about side effects such as suicidal thoughts and action be slapped on a popular asthma medication for children.
Toby Crockford Too much fast food contributes to poor outcomes.
Rania Spooner Protection against allergies and asthma seen in children who grow up on farms extends well into their adulthood and may come with other health benefits.
Rania Spooner and Craig Butt Drug companies are spending thousands of dollars on Australian nurses and their employers support this.
Kate Aubusson Taking out 10th place among 188 countries, Australia was just four points behind top-ranked Iceland.
Julia Medew Allegations that Australian surgeons are running cartels to protect their lucrative private markets will be discussed at a meeting of health ministers next month.
Julia Medew Patrick Tansley was mingling at a party when the first warning shot was fired.
Harriet Alexander The world ain't all sunshine and rainbows, Rocky Balboa would say, though it is anybody's guess why so many people spend their leisure time watching gloomy movies about it.
Harriet Alexander A Sydney doctor who has delivered seminars on drug dependency has been struck off the register of medical practitioners for prescribing addictive painkillers to patients who were hooked on their medication.
National Police Remembrance Day held at Taree Baptist Church
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