Doctors diagnosing less severe autism have caused the dramatic rise in diagnoses, which is putting pressure on the public purse.
Kate Aubusson A child's birth date is a powerful predictor of whether they will be medicated for ADHD, suggesting we may be overdiagnosing and over treating children.
Rania Spooner Women are forgoing food and bills to fund abortions in Australia as costs remain in the hundreds of dollars despite the introduction of an abortion drug, a national study reveals.
James Lemon "One in five Australian children are obese before they start school – that number just speaks for itself, that we're not doing enough."
Georgina Connery Only 35 per cent of Australian women eligible for medical abortion are choosing the procedure over surgery, a new study has found.
Desiree Savage 'Instead of going to the shops to get the fresh food we go to the bush, or we go to the ocean or a river,' says host
Roydon Ng Girls from several schools around Australia have returned from NASA encouraged to pursue their passions in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
Julia Medew The thought of being investigated for prostate cancer terrified Paul Davies. About a year ago, Mr Davies was told to see a urologist about a high PSA (prostate-specific antigen) blood test.
Darryl Dixon As widely expected, financial institutions have gradually been increasing their mortgage interest rates especially the longer term fixed rate offerings. This has been triggered by expectations of higher US interest rates following the Trump election victory.
Rania Spooner Disadvantaged women are 25 per cent more likely to have a heart attack than their male peers and the gap is probably not because of bad lifestyle habits.