Health

Some days, nothing comes easy
By Karen Hitchcock
Notes from the flu-season frontline
By Karen Hitchcock
The Darwin poet whose muse is a dialysis machine
By Oscar Schwartz
How is it possible for an emotion to be expressed in an eyeball?
By Karen Hitchcock
How do we decide how we die?
By Steven Amsterdam
What happened to Australia’s publicly funded dental system?
By Karen Hitchcock
What would it take to modernise Alcoholics Anonymous?
By Jenny Valentish
It’s a simple procedure, but having a vasectomy can raise questions of masculinity and equality
By Ceridwen Dovey
Dissecting dietary fads and habits
By Karen Hitchcock
Sickness can be debilitating but it also offers escape
By Karen Hitchcock
A stint in a remote Western Australian hospital brings its own challenges
By Karen Hitchcock
Our minds and bodies have a complicated relationship with what we eat
By Karen Hitchcock
Illustration
It was championed by women’s groups, but Addyi is not the “female Viagra”
By Karen Hitchcock
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The links between Australia’s poppy industry and opioid addiction crisis
By Hamish McDonald
How should doctors be assessed? And how should they assess themselves?
By Karen Hitchcock
How do doctors manage when there are more patients and fewer resources?
By Karen Hitchcock
Bertram Wainer inspired a young Tim Flannery to take on the establishment
By Tim Flannery
Why do we do so little of something so good?
By Karen Hitchcock

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