Help for serious shopaholics

When does excessive buying become a disorder? For the first time, international experts in psychology have built a framework to diagnose Compulsive Buying-Shopping Disorder – promising help […]

How mammals evolved bigger brains

Scientists have pieced together a timeline of how brain and body size evolved in mammals over the last 150 million years by comparing the brain mass […]

Dolphins’ genetic response to virus

Flinders University researchers have sequenced the genomes of dolphins, revealing variations that may influence their deadly immune response to a measles related virus. Climate change and […]

Raising the bar on country dementia care

Rising levels of dementia is putting pressure on residential aged care facilities, including in rural and regional centres where nursing homes and staff are already under […]

Burns victims struggling to pay

Living away from community and Country, Aboriginal families of children with severe burns also face critical financial stress to cover the associated costs of health care […]