The only way to protect people from questionable black market marijuana is to regulate the supply of medicinal forms of the drug that can be prescribed to suitable people, doctors say.
Overseas surrogacy arrangements are taking place in an unregulated environment that is exposing babies and the women who carry them to a higher risk of bad health outcomes, a study shows.
Not one super fund looks after members properly when they retire, independent experts Rice Warner say.
Australian culture is marinated in alcohol, but where do we sit in the worldwide list of biggest boozers?
A compound found in marijuana could soon be trialled on young Australians to prevent and treat psychosis after European research suggested it could treat schizophrenia with fewer side effects than other drugs.
When the global financial crisis savaged retirement savings in 2008, many self-managed super funds escaped the devastation better than other super funds.
It's a fallacy to assume that the average life expectancy will apply to everyone.
The numbers say it all, according to David Potts.
A study shows for most people, credit card loyalty schemes are seldom worthwhile.
Superannuation funds have started the new financial year positively.