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Fewer deaths among Australians with dementia during first 10 months of COVID-19 pandemic
Food is our most effective weapon in preventing chronic disease
Golden staph bloodstream infections continue to fall in Australian public hospitals
Inconsistent tenancy laws making life harder for domestic violence victims seeking to escape
334 children adopted in Australia during 2019-20, mostly by long-term carers or step-parents
COVID-19 vaccination for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in phase 1b and 2a
Stings beat snake bite in injury league
Bees responsible for most venomous bite and sting hospitalisations
Towards a National Child Wellbeing Strategy
New report looks at uptake of telehealth in antenatal care during COVID-19 lockdowns
A National Day for all Australians
Armadale Hospital emergency department upgrade starts in latest expansion for WA public hospitals
Notifications to child protection services fell under COVID-19 lockdowns
How COVID-19 changed way Australians used health services in 2019-20
Homelessness service systems fundamentally broken: AAEH
New report highlights help provided by Specialist Homelessness Services in communities across Australia
Progress of measures in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework 2020 show mixed results
Emergency department visits surged during 2019-20 bushfire season
First-of-its-kind report shines light on experiences of women in Australian prisons
We urge women to keep up with cervical screening
Health spending grew by 3.1% during 2018-19
More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are accessing eye health services according to AIHW Report
Improvements in eye health among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
National suicide monitoring of serving and ex-serving Australian Defence Force personnel 2020 update
Blood cancer diagnoses up 38% while regional patients face biggest barriers to survival
New report sheds light on sexual assault in Australia
Mesothelioma patients are living longer after diagnosis, despite rising death rate
Overweight and obesity more common among some groups of Australian children and adolescents
New data reveals insured patients can still face significant out-of-pocket dental costs
National report card examines COVID-19 and other health issues in Australia
Smoking rate falls to 11%, alcohol consumption stable and use of some illicit drugs is
Overnight hospital stays becoming shorter and same-day hospitalisations increasing
2.9 million emergency department visits for lower-urgency conditions
More Australians treated for alcohol use than any other drug
Lower rate of young Indigenous people in youth justice system
1 in 5 Aussies aged 45 and over experience chronic pain
Understanding how people with dementia use health services in their last year of life