A simple, yet effective saliva test could have saved Alison Vickery from a brain injury and years of ongoing health issues…
When pain is radiating through your body, you might be tempted to take any medication you can to get it under control. You might not be thinking about potential side effects of the medication…
Tara is a registered pharmacist and a member of the myDNA Clinical Team. In this blog post, Tara provides insights into five reasons that medication does not always work as intended.
Grief is the most natural human response to loss, and each individual’s experience with it is unique.
As more and more Australians are using antidepressants, or medications associated with mental illness, the time is right for a re-think on the approach to treatment of these conditions.
Dr Lior Rauchberger, Health Futurist from myDNA, talks us through interpreting patient DNA to create personalised healthcare for our patients.
Whilst green leafy vegetables are a good source of fibre, vitamins and minerals, eating them may also affect how you process some medications.
A number of deaths have occurred in children who were given the standard dose of codeine, as a result there are now new international guidelines recommending against codeine use in children.
The potential for precision medicine to improve care and speed the development of new treatments has only just begun to be tapped.
Most researchers now agree to some extent that both genetics and environment play important roles in shaping people.
A Holloways Beach man is urging Far North residents to take up a revolutionary DNA test which granted him a new lease on life after a decade of chronic back pain.
A Melbourne geneticist has developed a test that can show if a patient is metabolising prescription drugs too slowly or too quickly. He says it could help reduce overdose deaths.