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What you need to know about the role your skin plays

What you need to know about the role your skin plays

Sara Brown, Professor of Molecular and Genetic Dermatology, Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow, University of Dundee
Cancer pain can be eased by palliative radiation therapy

Cancer pain can be eased by palliative radiation therapy

Jonathan Klein, Radiation Oncologist and Assistant Professor, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Doctors need to talk through treatment options better for black men with prostate cancer

Doctors need to talk through treatment options better for black men with prostate cancer

Rajesh Balkrishnan, Professor, Public Health Sciences, University of Virginia
Vaping is an urgent threat to public health

Vaping is an urgent threat to public health

Elliott M. Reichardt, Research Associate, University of Calgary
What is a headache? Is it our brain hurting?

What is a headache? Is it our brain hurting?

David Farmer, Senior Research Officer, Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health
An impaired sense of smell can signal cognitive decline, but 'smell training' could help

An impaired sense of smell can signal cognitive decline, but 'smell training' could help

Anna Wolf, Postdoctoral Fellow, Academic Unit for Psychiatry of Old Age, University of Melbourne
Local solutions can boost healthier food choices in South Africa

Local solutions can boost healthier food choices in South Africa

Karen Hofman, Professor and Program Director, PRICELESS SA ( Priority Cost Effective Lessons in Systems Stregthening South Africa), University of the Witwatersrand
The race is on between research and the virus

The race is on between research and the virus

Yap Boum, Professor in the faculty of Medicine, Mbarara University of Science and Technology
Can pathology cuts can reduce spending without compromising health?

Can pathology cuts can reduce spending without compromising health?

Stephen Duckett, Director, Health Program, Grattan Institute
Are viruses the best weapon for fighting superbugs?

Are viruses the best weapon for fighting superbugs?

David Pride, Associate Director of Microbiology, University of California San Diego
Purdue Pharma taps a Gilded Age history of pharmaceutical fraud

Purdue Pharma taps a Gilded Age history of pharmaceutical fraud

Jonathan S. Jones, PhD Candidate in History, Binghamton University, State University of New York
Your Season Of Birth Is Stamped On Your DNA

Your Season Of Birth Is Stamped On Your DNA

Gabrielle A Lockett, Postdoctoral research associate, University of Southampton
How Mind-controlling Parasites Can Get Inside Your Head

How Mind-controlling Parasites Can Get Inside Your Head

Alex Ford, Reader in Biology, University of Portsmouth
How Illness Can Teach Us To Live Reflectively

How Illness Can Teach Us To Live Reflectively

Havi Carel, Professor of Philosophy, University of Bristol
A Common Cancer Risk Few Have Heard Of

A Common Cancer Risk Few Have Heard Of

Sharron O'Neill, Researcher, International Governance and Performance (IGAP) Research Centre, Macquarie University
Why The High Cost Of Publicly Funded Cancer Drugs?

Why The High Cost Of Publicly Funded Cancer Drugs?

Richard Morgan, Professor of Molecular Oncology, University of Bradford
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Seeing Private Medical Specialists Often Costs More Than You Expected

Peter Sivey, Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics and Finance, La Trobe University
iSleep problems can also create a loop of mental illness. Alyssa L. Miller/Flickr, CC BY

Is There A Link Between Insomnia And Mental Illness?

Jo Abbott, Research Fellow / Health Psychologist, Swinburne University of Technology
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The Opioid Epidemic Can Be Traced Back Changes In Pain Management

Theodore Cicero, Professor of Psychology , Washington University in St Louis
pIs It Bad To Pop Your Pimples?

Is It Bad To Pop Your Pimples?

Michelle Rodrigues, Consultant Dermatologist, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne
The rather handsome Speckled Cockroach from north-east Africa has spread across the world with human assistance. Anthony O'Toole

Meet Your Hidden Housemates: Cockroaches, Oooh

Myron Zalucki, Professor School of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland
Why There's No Such Thing As An Addictive Personality

Why There's No Such Thing As An Addictive Personality

Mark Griffiths, Director of the International Gaming Research Unit and Professor of Behavioural Addiction, Nottingham Trent University
How A Bad Memory Can Actually Br Good For You

How A Bad Memory Can Actually Be Good For You

Robert Nash, Lecturer in Psychology, Aston University
Mapping health outcomes and life expectancy against train stations reveals stark inequalities across cities. AAP/Tracey Nearmy

How Your Local Train Station Can Predict Health And Death

Melanie Davern, Senior Research Fellow, McCaughey VicHealth Community Wellbeing Unit, and Director, Community Indicators Victoria, University of Melbourne
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