Two regions in New South Wales, the north coast and Blue Mountains, have the lowest percentage of girls who are fully vaccinated against the human papillomavirus in Australia, a new study has found.
Kate Aubusson The impossibly high CPR survival rate for patients on our favourite medico shows may be affecting how patients and their families make treatment decisions, a US study suggests.
Sally Patten The thing about savings and investments is that they are not nearly as complicated as they sound.
Harriet Alexander Giving universal access to the flu vaccine to anybody aged over 50 is likely to save many more lives, a study has found.
Staff writers There is no doubt the loss of a baby is one of the toughest things a couple can ever face.
Esther Han Supermarket home brand foods, long derided as cheap and inferior, contain far lower levels of salt than pricier, branded rivals, new research shows.
Sarah Berry New research aims to challenge the bad rap for fruit juice. But, does it hold up?
Sarah Berry Men's participation in household chores and child-rearing improves their relationship with their partner and their sex life - but it's not happening in most families.
John Collett Australian's retirement savings are taking a hit as the Chinese dragon breaths fire, causing sharemarkets around the world to tumble.
David Potts Unlike the share market, property is unlikely to plummet but will prices keep on climbing?