Monthly Archive: August, 2018

Should IVF clinics publish their success rates?

For many women, in vitro fertilisation is often the last chance they have for a baby. It’s an expensive treatment and it’s not unusual for patients to undergo multiple rounds of IVF before… Continue reading

Lombok hit with another earthquake

Another earthquake has hit the Indonesian island of Lombok, even as rescue workers continue the search for people buried in rubble after the powerful quake that hit the island last Sunday. Officials say… Continue reading

How can we reduce the risk of dog attacks?

A toddler has died after being attacked by her family dog at a property in Victoria’s east. The 14-month-old was bitten on the face by a German wirehaired pointer, with some expressing surprise,… Continue reading

Youth homelessness still a growing problem in Australia

More than 100 thousand Australians are waking to another day of homelessness. Mission Australia says many of them are young – aged just 15 to 19. Its latest research found that one in… Continue reading