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Last week Facebook’s internal research revealed Instagram’s toxic effects on some young people’s body image — particularly girls.
My affiliation with Monash University has been longstanding, having commenced my undergraduate studies in 2012.
A simple, commercially available nutritional extract may be the key to treating pregnant women suffering with a dangerous condition, preeclampsia.
The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (FMNHS) presented a virtual panel discussion event for career counsellors from top Victorian schools to hear directly from researchers and alumni. If you were unable to attend the virtual event
A collaborative study involving Monash University has revealed specific gut microbiota signatures that may signal adverse body responses to cancer immunotherapy treatments.
A paper recently published in the prestigious journal, Science Immunology, explores the idea that studying bats’ responses to SARS-CoV-2 may provide key insights into how and when to best use existing therapies for COVID-19, and to develop new
A woman’s fertility decreases as she ages – largely because of fewer healthy oocytes or eggs, and those that are available for fertilisation often have chromosomal abnormalities which result in a higher incidence of miscarriage and
Through technology, healthcare is embarking on new ways to deliver services to meet the future needs of consumers. While not a completely new concept, telehealth is one area that is being embraced, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.