Interviews about Medicine

Interviews about medicine, physiology, pathology, bacteria and viruses, pharmacology, food, hormones, neuroscience and psychology...

20 September 2019

How are you able to pick up that coffee cup?

20 September 2019

We tuck in to some neuroscience news morsels with our local experts, Helen Keyes and Duncan Astle...

17 September 2019

Which actually has more bacteria lurking inside: dog fur, or a human beard?

17 September 2019

In Australia, one in every five seagulls is carrying antibiotic-resistant bacteria...

17 September 2019

Everyone’s rate of fat burning drops with age, a study using nuclear fallout shows...

13 September 2019

There's no gene for cuteness, but here's the next-best thing...

13 September 2019

What secrets do Bruce's DNA hold?

13 September 2019

Jeff Schoenebeck's team are trawling through dog genomes to find out what causes brachycephaly...

10 September 2019

Take a look at our science QnA panel who are taking on your questions...

03 September 2019

STIs aren't just a young person's issue...

03 September 2019

What is the human papilloma virus, and how does the vaccine work?

03 September 2019

How is HIV treated, and tested for?

03 September 2019

What goes on at a sexual health check up?

03 September 2019

What exactly is chlamydia, and how do we treat it?

03 September 2019

Scientists have discovered a new target for making anti-malaria drugs...

03 September 2019

Does being optimistic make you live longer?

20 August 2019

Skin is one of our most important - and largest - organs. But sometimes it's in the firing line...

20 August 2019

It's advised to do 10,000 steps a day - that's 3.65 million steps every year and our hips are taking the hit.

20 August 2019

Meet the scientist cutting down infections from catheters...

20 August 2019

What are dental implants made from? And how are they made?

20 August 2019

Kary Mullis died earlier this month. We remember his innovative work that changed the world of genetics.

20 August 2019

As we get older, our muscles and joints start to stiffen. New research reveals the same is true for our brain.

20 August 2019

What works, when it comes to anti-loneliness strategies?

20 August 2019

Why pancreatic cancer is so aggressive? New research from Sydney's Garvan Institute might be able to stop it.