Next week Caterina Kairuz will celebrate one year of being free from cancer. But the special treatment she received isn't available to all, due to cost.
It is hoped that a trial due to start next year, and involving about 20 Australian children with cerebral palsy, will show the benefits of using stem cells from their own umbilical cord blood to treat the condition.
New research suggests running may slow down the ageing process, but a Sydney academic urges caution.
Science tells us that exercise can make us smarter. But is it the exercise or a placebo effect that's improving our minds?
A key finding that a doctor has a duty to help strangers who are not their patients has been overturned in the Supreme Court.
A new study by researchers in Portugal and the Netherlands has found high levels of air pollutants in gyms.
The NSW Premier says his government is considering growing its own marijuana, as part of a clinical trial that the government's medical advisers have advocated be extended to child patients.
It's killed more people than SARS or bird flu, and has one of the highest mortality rates in history. But how serious a threat is Ebola?
A person's stance while texting could be putting 27 kilograms of strain on their neck.
Some scientists are suggesting it is time for a "radical rethink" of advice to steer clear of sunlight.
A DETAILED flood study on the Gloucester and Avon Rivers has been released for public comment as part ...
DRIFTA Camping and Kitchens took out the Sustainable Business award at the State Tidy Town Awards for 2015, ...
High school student Ryan Yates was the happy winner of the Young Legends Award at the Keep NSW ...
FOR a fantastic day out on Saturday, November 22, why not rock along to the Gloucester Recreation Area ...
Gloucester pauses to pay its respects to the fallen on Remembrance Day 2014.
Tuesday, November 25, is White Ribbon Day - International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
THIS year’s Remembrance Day service was held under a light morning rain.