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The move to prescription-only codeine in Australia has seen a 50 percent reduction in the monthly rate of codeine-related poisoning calls and halved codeine sales, finds new research led by the University of Sydney...

It’s no secret that the out-of-pocket costs of health care are a serious and sensitive issue for Australian families and the dedicated health professionals who treat them...

As winter sports teams head into their end-of-season finals and people around Australia swap winter hibernation for spring fitness regimes, soft tissue injuries and exercise aches and pains are on the agenda...

A new MRI scanning technique for analysing degenerated spinal discs improves accuracy from 70% using current methods to 97%, raising hope of better diagnoses of back pain...

Many people living with chronic pain want access to medicinal cannabis to be simpler and more affordable, with 32% of people speaking to their GP about accessing the treatment...

As one of the few bodily organs that lack sweat glands and oil-producing pores, our lips are highly exposed to the elements..

Researchers at Swinburne University in Melbourne have developed a collaborative robot system to automatically treat back, neck and head pain caused by soft tissue injury...

As part of its National Pain Week awareness campaign, Chronic Pain Australia (CPA) conducts a survey each year to gain valuable feedback from people living with chronic pain...

When Lee Harold’s father was diagnosed with cancer in 2011 his family’s world was turned upside down..

In findings that could relieve desk-bound office workers, a weekly dose of at least 150 minutes of physical activity could substantially reduce or offset the mortality risks in “high sitters”, University of Sydney research finds...

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