Anti-Inflammatory Drugs May Help Patients With Severe Malaria, Study

Researchers report a new class of anti-inflammatory agents which may help to increase survival from severe clinical malaria when used in combination with antimalarial drugs.

Dolphins Learn From Each Other To Beg For Food From Humans

A decade-long study has revealed that dolphins may learn harmful or undesirable behaviors, such as begging for food from humans, from each other.

Interleukin-5 Jab Offers Hope For Treating Autoimmune Disease

Research into treatments for autoimmune diseases may have received a booster shot as interleukin-5 injections show promise in regulating the body's immune system.

A Dark Chocolate A Day Keeps The Doctor Away

In fantastic news for all chocolate lovers around the world, researchers say that a daily dose of dark chocolate may lower the risk of stroke and heart attack over a ten-year period.

Gold Nanoparticles Detect Traces Of Contaminants In Milk

Researchers in Australia have developed a new class of biosensor that can detect exceptionally small traces of contaminants in liquids in just 40 minutes.

Life On Mars: Just Add Carbon And Stir

Martian meteorites that fell to Earth may contain building blocks of life, says Marion Anderson from Monash University.

Are Short-Term Medical Missions Useful?

A University of Sydney study questions usefulness of medical missions and calls for improved transparency, implementation, and policymaking.

Vietnam Partners With Australia To Combat TB

Australia and Vietnam are working together to tackle tuberculosis (TB) in Vietnam, which has one of the highest rates of the disease in Asia.

Stroke Recovery Speed Linked To Brain Stimulation, Study

People with a curious condition that causes them to apply make-up on only one side of their face, or ignore food on half of their plate, are helping scientists to understand stroke recovery.