Health & Medicine
CHILDREN born with gastroschisis, where the bowel is outside of the abdomen at birth, develop normally neurologically and psychologically despite being exposed to risks linked to abnormalities.
FORMS of exercise that prioritises having fun, group activities and keeping healthy rather than competition could be the key to getting WA teenagers more active, research suggests.
MORE collaboration between dentists and better education for carers could significantly improve dental care for residents in Perth’s aged-care facilities.
IN AN Australian first Curtin University scientists have compiled a comprehensive list detailing and grouping asthma-causing agents found across the nation’s businesses.
LONELINESS is something experienced by most of us at some point, and for those with psychotic disorders feeling lonely can become one of the most important challenges they face in daily life.