Amy is Health Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. Before working at the Herald she worked as a freelance journalist and radio presenter, as well as writing for a number of publications for doctors. She also keeps a health blog at www.dailylife.com.au.
Amy Corderoy Taking Country away from people is akin to spiritual genocide says photojournalist Ingetje Tadros who spent over six months in Kennedy Hill, a remote Aboriginal community in Western Australia.
Amy Corderoy Up to 80 per cent of patients with personality disorders will self-harm - now NSW hospitals will have dedicated funding to help improve care for these conditions.
Amy Corderoy Workplace drug testing is likely to become increasingly common as employers attempt to cut ''presenteeism'' and ensure safety, one of Australia's leading workplace drug experts says.
Amy Corderoy Martin Whitely was surrounded by zombies. A teacher at one of Western Australia's top private schools, he watched in horror as one by one his previously boisterous boys lost what he describes as...
Amy Corderoy A nine-year-old boy has killed himself and two other children have attempted suicide while taking a drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, federal drug authorities have said.
Amy Corderoy Young people who regularly miss out on just a few hours sleep are at a hugely increased risk of crashing their cars, a study of more than 20,000 NSW P-platers has found.
Amy Corderoy NEARLY a third of all health claims on food sold in NSW supermarkets will have to be removed under laws to be introduced from Friday, research has found.