The region of the brain responsible for new memories and regulating emotions is smaller in the brains of people with recurrent depression, according to a global study that has implications for the treatment of young people.
Nedahl Stelio With #fitspo filling up our feeds faster than an Olsen twin fills up on Starbucks, the evolution somehow landed in ... couples. Doing acroyoga. With each other. And kissing. Cue gross word here.
Sarah Berry We know that our gut bacteria affects our body.
Sarah Berry How much of what we believe about fitness training is really true?
Bridie Smith, Science Editor Stewart Duguid used to have an epileptic seizure every fortnight. He never knew when they would strike. But the seizures were debilitating and proved impossible to control with medication.
Inga Ting Australia's 18 to 29-year-olds are so busy their physical and mental health suffers but, apparently, they like it.
Andrew Brown A 20-year study of the habits of injecting-drug users has found the rate of people who have contracted HIV as a result of drug use has been "contained."
Matthew Raggatt Some offices are undertaking a trial of an activity based work space, designed to encourage a more flexible and mobile work day.
Matthew Raggatt Publicity about Hollywood star's preventive double mastectomy encourages Canberra women to take tests.
Kimberley Le Lievre Listen up, ladies. Freezing your eggs is a waste of time.