Australia is caught in an irrational, un-winnable war against drugs that is actually just a "war against its own children", according to health and legal experts.
Sarah Berry Pack up your war paint and turn the volume down on your shouty exercise instructor, because the days of bootcamp are thankfully behind us.
Harriet Alexander Children are commonly administered alternative therapies and most parents do not tell their doctors, according to a study that has raised concerns about the interaction of herbal and conventional medicine.
Amy Corderoy Drug companies don't always have the best reputation when it comes to acting in the interests of patients. But a new company is bucking that trend.
Michael Koziol The University of Ottawa Student Federation raised international eyebrows when it cancelled yoga classes because of concerns about "cultural genocide", colonialism and "western supremacy".
Julia Medew Alcohol is sending hundreds of thousands of people to emergency departments each year, far outranking the scourge of ice, research on Australian and New Zealand hospitals has found.
Amy Corderoy Labor Senator Penny Wong says inclusion of former junk food lobbyist in trade delegation raises "serious questions about integrity of the federal lobbying register".
Esther Han Arnott's Biscuits has paid a hefty penalty for misleadingly claiming a range of its Shapes products had 75 per cent less saturated fat.
Science says there's only one type of cheese for your toastie.
Harriet Alexander When Christoph Hensch woke to banging and shouting within his building, his first thought was that people were having a party.