The TGA is on track to notch up a record number of prescription medicine shortages this year, with new legislation making reporting shortages mandatory.
- by Andrew Brown
There are concerns only half the children most at risk of contracting meningococcal A,C,W and Y strains have been vaccinated.
- by Ryan Johnson
A cutting-edge treatment for depression has turned into a money-spinner for private hospitals thanks to a strange health-insurance quirk.
- by Liam Mannix
One of Australia's biggest law firms has reported a "worrying rise" in the number of West Australians suffering complications from botched cortisone injections.
- by Phil Hickey
Doctors have called the draft Code of Conduct coercive and a 'gag order' that forces them to obey unjust laws and silences free speech.
- by Kate Aubusson
The application for the farm in Moggill, south-west of Brisbane, was approved by Brisbane City Council two months ago.
- by Toby Crockford
Submissions to the state government's inquiry into pharmacy regulation in Queensland have warned of the risks of deregulation
- by Lucy Stone
Queensland researchers are seeking 150 volunteers to take part in a clinical trial to assess the effectiveness of probiotics in the treatment of depression..
Extra powers, such as the ability to sell Viagra over the counter, would not be used "willy-nilly", say pharmacists.
- by Felicity Caldwell