Connection, or curse?
For the chronically ill, digital technologies enable comforting social interactions – but they come with their dangers.
Mate, we need to talk
As we (hopefully) start to move out of the grip of the coronavirus pandemic, there's a variety of issues we need to retain in our conversations with, and about, men’s health.
The threat to those most vulnerable
There's deep concern for the impact a second or third COVID-19 wave could have on Indigenous Australians.
Chronically ill? Your questions answered
If you're suffering from a serious illness, here's what you need to know.
Episode 17: The state of our mental health
In this episode of A Different Lens, Monash academics explore what’s being done to improve mental health care and address the rise in mental health disorders.
Let's talk about fat
What can we do about obesity and all its associated chronic health problems? Professor Michael Cowley says the condition needs to be destigmatised.
Prisoners of proprietary
Three privately managed prisons house nearly 40 per cent of Victoria’s prisoner population, but research indicates they're falling short of expectations in key areas.
Endo and the 'hysteria myth'
Clinicians need the training and support to provide better comprehensive healthcare for women with endometriosis.
The mystery of chronic fatigue
There are no approved treatments or cures, and more research is urgently needed for the debilitating illness.
A prescription for prevention
HIV is no longer a death sentence, but the epidemic that has claimed nearly 40 million lives and ruined countless others isn’t over yet.
New flu vaccines for the over-65s
Two free flu vaccines will improve protection for older people, but like those already available, they're not perfect.
TMS and the latest state of mind
Depression is one of several mental health conditions being successfully treated by transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Mind over matter - the dictates of pain
When it comes to understanding – and remedying – chronic physical pain, the answers could indeed be ‘all in the mind’.
It's not all about death
A palliative care doctor discusses his interactions with his patients
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