Forgot Password

Sign In

Register

  • Company Information

  • Billing Address

  • Are you primarily interested in advertising *

  • Do you want to recieve the HealthTimes Newsletter?

Practice Hubs

For practice specific information, select a field from the list below:

Article Search

To search for an article, enter a keyword term and click SEARCH

Subscribe for free

To subscribe to the HealthTimes magazine complete the form below:


Featured Articles

WA mum calls for medicinal cannabis trial 04-05-2015

A Perth mother whose nine-year-old daughter suffers from chronic pain is calling on the WA government to take part in medicinal cannabis trials. For chronic pain sufferers like nine-year-old Lily Poulter, life is about numbers. For Lily the cru

READ MORE
Cataract blitzes not long-term solution 04-05-2015

Surgical blitzes to treat eye disease don't fix long-term problems in Indigenous eye care, say experts. Surgical blitzes to treat cataracts might make investors feel good but indigenous Australians urgently need ongoing eye services, say ophth

READ MORE
  • WA mum calls for medicinal cannabis trial 04-05-2015

    A Perth mother whose nine-year-old daughter suffers from chronic pain is calling on the WA government to take part in medicinal cannabis trials. For chronic pain sufferers like nine-year-old Lily Poulter, life is about numbers. For Lily the cru

    READ MORE
    article
  • Cataract blitzes not long-term solution 04-05-2015

    Surgical blitzes to treat eye disease don't fix long-term problems in Indigenous eye care, say experts. Surgical blitzes to treat cataracts might make investors feel good but indigenous Australians urgently need ongoing eye services, say ophth

    READ MORE
    article
  • Qld leads nation for expanding waistline 04-05-2015

    Queensland is home to half the nation's fattest, laziest regions - and unless that changes, the state can expect a heart disease epidemic. Forget beer - Queenslanders could soon be more famous for the four Xs on their clothing tags than their

    READ MORE
    article
  • People with HIV can conceive naturally without infecting partner or child 01-05-2015

    Jennifer Power, La Trobe University A new pill could enable people living with HIV to conceive children through sex without risking the health of their HIV-negative partner. HIV and pregnancy is not a topic we hear a lot about in Australia. But

    READ MORE
    article
  • Medicare review must deal with 'elephant in the room' incentives 01-05-2015

    Jane Hall, University of Technology, Sydney; Kees Van Gool, University of Technology, Sydney; Michael Woods, University of Technology, Sydney; Rosalie Viney, University of Technology, Sydney, and Stephen Goodall, University of Technology, Sydney F

    READ MORE
    article
  • Australians eating less core grain foods 01-05-2015

    Nutritionists are lamenting the decrease in Australians' consumption of beneficial whole grains as a result of new dieting trends. Australians are increasingly giving up whole grains as part of new dieting fads, despite their health and weight

    READ MORE
    article
  • Call for codeine counter ban 01-05-2015

    Pain specialists are calling for an end to over-the-counter sales of medicines containing codeine. Panadeine, Nurofen Plus and other medicines containing codeine should be banned from over-the-counter sales, say top pain medicine experts. They

    READ MORE
    article
  • Concern over salt levels in cheese 01-05-2015

    Cheese is unnecessarily loaded with salt, campaigners have said after new research found the majority of cheese sold in Britain has a high salt content. Researchers found halloumi and imported blue cheese have the highest amount of salt, while cot

    READ MORE
    article
  • Alzheimer's drug reverses damage 30-04-2015

    Researching a new drug compound on mice, Yale School of Medicine researchers were able to reverse the effects of Alzheimer's on learning and memory, the school says. Yale School of Medicine psychiatry professor Paul Lombroso and others studied

    READ MORE
    article
  • Breastfeeding cuts cancer risk 30-04-2015

    Breastfeeding has a protective effect, especially with particular types of tumour, including the most common hormone-sensitive strain, researchers say. Women with breast cancer who breastfed their babies are significantly less at risk of the disea

    READ MORE
    article