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Bridie Smith, Science Editor Humans aren't the only creatures moving around on public transport. Bacteria are also riding the roads and rails. Which raises the question: what bacterial passenger did you pick up when you grabbed the handrail this morning?
The brown stuff is still pretty sugary, though...
Esther Han Scientists have identified three ancient wheat species they say could generate as much interest as quinoa.
A group of London opthalmologists believe using your smartphone at a particular time can affect sight after two women presented with similar conditions.
Rania Spooner Inflammation could be the long-awaited explanation for why millions of women suffer with premenstrual mood fluctuations, cravings and cramps.
Bridie Smith Pineapples are the latest - and strangest - weapon to emerge in the global battle against superbugs which are predicted to kill up to 10 million people a year by 2050.
Julie Power As many as four young people die without warning, without symptoms, every week from heart problems. In most cases, death is the first sign anything is wrong.
Kate Aubusson It took Anna Groth five days to get the emergency procedure she needed.
Harriet Alexander The rate of all intentional deaths has declined since gun laws were introduced in 1996.
Labor is expected to seize on the documents to call into question Malcolm Turnbull's commitment to "jobs and ...
Two retail property giants have won court orders banning a homeless man from a shopping plaza in Sydney's ...
Hornsby Shire Council has begun work to realign Hornsby Mountain Bike Trail.