The Left has discovered a new tool in their armoury - mental health
Wind turbines emit infrasound and low frequency noise. It is also well established that inappropriate levels of infrasound, regardless of the source, cause adverse health impacts.
Notably, the authors of the survey emphasised that 'the adjusted odds of obesity or overweight increased significantly in relation to decreased levels of household income'.
IVF in Australia is a sophisticated and highly competitive industry, and there are differing opinions about whether patients should have access to comparative performance data to help them choose a fertility provider.
Cannabis has a rich and vibrant history as an effective treatment for a variety of conditions and diseases, from malaria to rheumatism.
A study by the Western Australian Health Commission conducted in 2006 discovered three out of four people with mental illness have reported they have experienced stigma.
We do not like the idea of doctors with their Hippocratic oath and ideals to save life, being given the powers to help people to die. Yet many of us as we near the end of our life wish to avoid the extreme pains and troubles of a lingering dying.
Since 2002 the number of stroke survivors in Australia has more than tripled and by 2050 this number is likely to soar to more than 700,000 sufferers.
Who'd have thought that the clearest voice to raise concerns about the film 'Fifty Shades of Grey' would belong to Russell Brand?
Young people should not be forced to live in nursing homes because there is nowhere else for them.
Managerial policies can devalue, and further disempower, the lives of people with physical disabilities by regulating different kinds of support by reference to a generic 'disabled' category.
The capitulation by the government to the naked self-interest of the Australian Medical Association regarding changes to GP funding not only reaffirms the premier protection racket of the AMA.