Emergency patients are having treatment disrupted and delayed because hospitals are overwhelmed by alcohol-fuelled incidents, doctors have warned.
James Bond was a hopeless drunk who would barely have been able to shoot straight most of the time and was almost certainly impotent.
There’s more disappointing news about multivitamins: Two major studies found popping the pills did not protect ageing men’s brains or help heart attack survivors.
NSW will miss out on more than $150 million in funding for vital health services that has been cut by the federal government.
Antibacterial soaps and washes are no more effective than regular soap and water and may even pose a threat to human health, the US drug regulator has warned.
Forget the damage to your waistline - over-indulging at Christmas could take its toll on your brain cells, too.
A tiny girl, boy twins. Years pass but the pain remains, writes Paula Stevenson.
An ambulance triple-0 call went unanswered for up to 20 minutes during a period of peak demand for emergency help earlier this year.
Drug users are experimenting with newly-invented psychoactive drugs because they cannot get more ''traditional'' products such as ecstasy, a study has found.
Patients who have the cancer that killed Apple founder Steve Jobs may be denied what doctors describe as a "miracle treatment" because the NSW government refuses to fund it.