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Australians diagnosed with a rare cancer are being failed by an outdated ‘one size fits all’ approach to research and clinical trials, a leading cancer researcher says.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is urging all Australians to keep their personal information secure and to report any suspicious activity immediately this tax time.
One of our partners has scooped the awards at the Master Builders Association Awards recently for their world class lifestyle resort.
An Australian professor of dermatology says Vitamin B3 has the potential to prevent melanoma in high-risk individuals.
Where old world meets a modern metropolis, Dubai is at the heart of travel in the Middle East. As Greg Clayton discovered, there is a myriad of ancient suburbs, desert safari’s and quick side trips to other exotic eastern spots.
Delve into a serious calendar of internationally acclaimed arts, cultural and sporting events, discover some of the best eateries in the country and, says Helen Flanagan, check out two new hotels way beyond the pale.
British scientists could soon provide a definitive answer to the years-long debate over whether wine tastes better from a cork or screw cap bottle.
When almost everyone has a mobile phone, why are more than half of Australian homes still paying for a landline? Adam Turner investigates.
As the old saying goes, you are what you eat and as scientist have discovered, foods packed full of good probiotics like yoghurt can do more than just keeping your digestion running smoothly. These healthy bacteria can actually play a part if keeping all kinds of other health issues in check, and even more importantly, …
Obese people aren’t able to regulate the way body fat is stored or burned because a “switch” in their brain stays on all the time, a new study has shown.