In a new documentary, airing on SBS on Monday night, Nigel Latta sets out on a journey to peel back the sugar coating and see what truth lies beneath the debate consuming nutrition experts.
Kate Stanton Two regions in New South Wales, the north coast and Blue Mountains, have the lowest percentage of girls who are fully vaccinated against the human papillomavirus in Australia, a new study has found.
Kate Aubusson The impossibly high CPR survival rate for patients on our favourite medico shows may be affecting how patients and their families make treatment decisions, a US study suggests.
Harriet Alexander Giving universal access to the flu vaccine to anybody aged over 50 is likely to save many more lives, a study has found.
Esther Han Supermarket home brand foods, long derided as cheap and inferior, contain far lower levels of salt than pricier, branded rivals, new research shows.
Sarah Berry New research aims to challenge the bad rap for fruit juice. But, does it hold up?
Amy Corderoy People haemorrhaging blood after a sexual assault or suicide attempt are no longer receiving the most serious "emergency" ambulance response and may face long waits for emergency care, a document obtained by Fairfax Media reveals.
Esther Han Private health insurers are confusing people with vague or conflicting information on benefits, especially public hospital cover, says the ombudsman.
Amy Corderoy One woman with an injury described as 'traumatic' waited 40 minutes for an ambulance in the latest crisis to hit the ambulance service this winter.