If you have a family member with an allergy, a simple trip away can be life-threatening.
A new study suggests that parents who wash their dishes by hand, rather than in a dishwashing machine, may unwittingly lower the likelihood that their children will develop allergies.
When Kate Armstrong bent down to pick up yet another plastic spider ring left lying around the house, she made a mental note not to buy the little nuisances next Halloween.
Young battler Eddie Halstead-Stevens has lost his fight with cancer, days after seeing his friends for the last time.
After being bullied so badly she had to change schools, Aiesha Ross is working to create a "new normal".
A new hospital fit-out in the Netherlands has gone further than most to lessen the trauma of a hospital visit for kids.
A synthetic version of the "trust" hormone oxytocin, delivered as a nasal spray, has been shown to improve social responsiveness among some children with autism, researchers from the University of Sydney have found.
The next time Julianna falls ill, she has told her parents she wants to die at home instead of being taken to hospital.
There wasn't a dry eye in the house when Greta and Danny shared a dance at her wedding.
Australia's recent flu season was the worst in five years and saw a rising rate of children infected. Despite the disease causing an average of 18,000 hospitalisations and 3,000 deaths a year nationally, just 42 per cent of people under the age of 65 at risk of infection are vaccinated annually.
Nikki Quinn does not know why she was the one to survive childhood cancer when so many of her friends did not, but it eats her up.
On June 7, 2014, Kim Cameron awoke with everything right in her world. What happened next triggered a seismic shift in her existence and ignited a force to help others. This is her story.
Is there a way to cut through the hype and find out what measures, if any, will help stave off dementia?