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ADVICE for patients who miss their combined oral contraceptive pill is changing, focusing on the number of pills missed before extra precautions are needed, an expert says.
Why do so few Australian women use intrauterine devices for contraception? Fran Molloy investigates.
As cyber-bullying affects more children and young people, Fran Molloy investigates how it differs from traditional schoolyard bullying.
Should women with high breast density be monitored differently to prevent breast cancer screening failures?
Fran Molloy looks at the reasons for misdiagnosis of COPD in Australia.
Childhood obesity rates are starting to plateau, but is it because interventions are working? Fran Molloy reports.
AUSTRALIA needs a rethink about intrauterine contraceptive methods for nulliparous women, a family planning expert says.
THE VAST majority of patients who survive a myocardial infarction (MI) underestimate their risk of a second cardiac event, a survey has found.
A NEW interactive online tool will allow GPs to show patients with COPD how their lung function could improve if they stop smoking.
Your medical apps could be feeding personal information about you to pharmaceutical companies, writes Fran Molloy.
Patients with bipolar disorder are increasingly being maintained on antipsychotic medications but does the evidence support their use in this condition? Fran Molloy investigates.
An insomnia medication appears to be a wonder drug for some patients with brain trauma, but will it ever be used in clinical practice? Fran Molloy investigates.