July 19-25 is Farm Safety Week and farmers are encouraged to take adequate safety precautions to ensure
Slip, slop, slap and slurp could well become the new campaign to lower the risk of developing skin cancer.
The sting of a bee may soon be used to kill cancer cells.
A project to detect long-term climate change is likely to start withing two years.
Ensuring farms are safe workplaces is as important as producing an income.
Neil Schirmer, Lockhart, New South Wales, has improved personal safety when inoculating grain by developing
Vern Dutschke of Brinkworth, South Australia, has developed a safety attachment for the inlet of augers.
Knowing how to prent and treat snake bites can mean the difference between life and death.
Bernard Hart, Old Junee, New South Wales, added four stands to the front and rear centre frame of his
Farmers can reduce their exposure to grain and other organic dust by fitting air-conditioned tractor
Some animals cause allergies and respiratory conditions similar to those caused by organic dust.
About 2500 Australians die by their own hands each year giving Australia one of the highest suicide rates
A greater appreciation of the dangers posed while handling large round hay bales can help prevent major
Chainsaws are among the most frequently used tools on a farm but they are also dangerous and eed to be
One of the popular images of country life is peace and quiet but anyone who has used an angle grinder
Longer, healthier lives results from eating a well-balanced diet of Australian fruit, vegetables and