What are the benefits of Drinking Water?

You’ve probably heard that you should be drinking two liters, or eight glasses of water every day. But, do you really know what is so good about water and why...

Lives at 'grave risk': Trump's withdrawal from the WHO is a hit to global health

This week US President Donald Trump made good on his threat to withdraw the United States from the World Health Organisation (WHO) by sending a formal letter of withdrawal to the UN Secretary-General...

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Join us for #BlackLivesMatter in the Asia Pacific – a free, live-streamed event

ShutterstockLive on YouTube from 3pm WIB, 5 pm WIT, 6pm AEST today (Thursday, July 9). Use this link to watch.For West Papuans in Indonesia and Indigenous Australians who live within systemic racism a...

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Our field cameras melted in the bushfires. When we opened them, the results were startling

Taronga ZooThis article is a preview of Flora, Fauna, Fire, a multimedia project launching on Monday July 13. The project tracks the recovery of Australia’s native plants and animals after last ...

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Don't panic (again): here's why Melbourne's supermarket shortages will quickly pass

You’re nervous, I get it. Panic buying is back, not as strong as in March and more localised in Melbourne. Once again shop shelves have been emptied of pasta, toilet paper and other household it...

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Why children and teens with symptoms should get a COVID-19 test, even if you think it's 'just a cough'

A Victorian teenager holidaying on the NSW South Coast has been diagnosed with COVID-19, NSW chief health officer Kerry Chant said on Wednesday. The revelation follows reports senior students at Al-Ta...

Christopher Blyth, Paediatrician, Infectious Diseases Physician and Clinical Microbiologist, University of Western Australia - avatar Christopher Blyth, Paediatrician, Infectious Diseases Physician and Clinical Microbiologist, University of Western Australia