It has been 27 years since someone tried to stab Martin Bigmore while he was working as a police officer in Victoria.
Esther Han The debate over the safety and efficacy of e-cigarettes, which are illegal in Australia, will step up a gear this week with the arrival of an outspoken, British e-cigarette advocate.
Daniella White A forensic toxicologist thinks the benefits of Canberra's pill testing trial have been oversold.
Esther Han Researchers have found an important link between a mother's immune history and severity of symptoms in children with autism.
Kate Aubusson Why does the flu knock out some people for a few days and kill others?
Kate Aubusson Australia is not immune to potentially deadly infectious diseases pandemics, the World Health Organisation regional director has warned.
Aisha Dow A little fish tank sits unwatched in a bustling tearoom at St Vincent's Hospital.
Kate Aubusson Surgeons who deny their specialty have a bullying problem are dragging their feet when it comes to completing compulsory training designed to quash the toxic culture.
Kate Aubusson Vanika Idnani was three days shy of her fourth birthday when she died of influenza in her parent's bed.
Aisha Dow Elderly people are being taken to emergency departments in their final hours of life and dying "under fluorescent lighting in a hospital cubical" because many aged-care homes are not equipped to provide palliative care.