Kiwi researchers have stumbled upon what could be a promising agent against an incurable blood cancer.
A major cause of New Zealand’s high rates of obesity has been mapped in a world-first study.
A new report from the University of Otago has highlighted a lack of progress in clinical governance in NZ’s health system.
New research funded by the Ministry of Health has revealed the gambling habits of Pacific youth and their mothers.
Kiwi scientists have discovered a novel property of a new anti-tuberculosis drug which may help develop more drugs to treat the world's biggest-killing infectious disease.
A third of GPs are earning less than $100,000 and 18 per cent less than $75,000 – with GPs earning less and working less hours not surprisingly the least likely to be burnout.
A Kiwi researcher has found there is little science to the belief that one of the costs women bear for having multiple children is poor teeth.
A biomarker to help determine which melanoma patients are likely to benefit from new immunotherapy drugs may be one result of a discovery by Otago researchers’ published today.