Health & Lifestyle

The Delicate Balance Of ‘Down There’

There are many different types of micro-organisms that are found in the vagina, but the main types are generally called ‘good bacteria’ or ‘bad bacteria’. Healthy vaginas are rich in good bacteria and these friendly micro-organisms help to protect from infections and keep the populations of bad bacteria in check. More...

An Hour a Day Keeps Myopia at Bay

Increasing exposure to outdoor light is the key to reducing the myopia (short-sightedness) epidemic in children, according to ground-breaking new research by Australian optometrists. More...

Foolproof Ways to Move More

“Move more, sit less”. It’s a mantra we often hear, but how do we ensure we actually practise it? For many women, the motivation to exercise comes from wanting to lose weight, drop a dress size, get fit for summer, or feel more confident and comfortable in their own skin. However, it’s important to know that the benefits of exercise run much deeper than simple self-improvement. More...

Vitamin K Deficiency Linked to Increased Risk of CVD in New Study

To date, 19 Vitamin K–dependent proteins (VKDPs) have been described, with important roles in coagulation, platelet function, and vascular biology. Produced in an inactive form, all VKDPs obtain biological activity through the conversion of a glutamic acid residue into glutamate, a complex process requiring vitamin K. More...

Janine Allis Boost Juice Interview

Although juice has had some bad publicity of late, Boost Juice Consultant Dietitian Lisa Middleton explains, fruit can play an important role in improving health and meeting Australian dietary requirements. More...

Dr. Christopher Ho Mother’s Oral Health Interview

Dr. Christopher Ho is a leading Australian Dentist and Oral-B advisor, international speaker and acclaimed teacher who lectures around the world. More...

Rewa Mahoney Nosebleeds Are Twice As Likely To Strike In The Office Than On The Sports Field Interview

Nosebleeds are often a source of embarrassment, but 18.9% reported they felt anxious and 11.6% felt frightened when suffering a nosebleed. More...

Emma Seibold Beat Winter Colds Interview

Winter may be as far from your mind as a snowy Christmas, but now is the time to help boost your immunity in preparation for the winter season’s coughs, colds and flu. More...

Dr Peter Hobbins Going Viral Interview

To set the flu record straight, the nation’s flu experts have joined forces to develop new podcast series ‘Going Viral’. More...

Dr. Christina Khoo Urinary Tract Infections Interview

A groundbreaking survey into the effect of urinary tract infections (UTIs) on women and the Australian economy has revealed that over 4.8 million working hours are lost each year due to the illness. More...

Nardia Norman IsoWhey Weight Management Program Interview

Nardia Norman a leading health industry expert has contributed to the newly launched IsoWhey Weight Management Program e-book, which is available here. More...

Maureen Partridge Bone Health Boosting Meal and Exercise Plan Interview

In a bid to help Australians boost their calcium levels, Pauls has partnered with health and fitness enthusiast Maureen Partridge, to develop a Bone Health Boosting Meal & Exercise Plan featuring Pauls PhysiCAL Milk. More...

Brando Hasick Body By Brando Interview

Sport Scientist and Strength & Conditioning Guru- Brando Hasick, has recently opened a new gym-Body By Brando located in Paddington's White Sydney. More...

Dr Cindy Pan Coeliac Awareness Interview

Findings from the research by leading health retailer Amcal showed that more than one in 10 has adopted a gluten-free lifestyle - almost ten times the number of Australians who suffer from medically-diagnosed coeliac disease and have no choice but to eliminate gluten from their diet. More...

Belinda Reynolds Australian Triathlon Endurance and Cycling Expo Interview

Calling all professional, recreational and junior, triathletes, runners, cyclists, swimmers and obstacle course enthusiasts! This July, Sydney will host a one stop shop for everything fitness related to get you sprinting out of the starter’s block. More...

Put On The Sneakers To Help The Grey Matter This ‘Brain Awareness Week’

This week marks ‘Brain Awareness Week’ and Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) is encouraging Australians to get the sneakers out of the wardrobe to help keep the grey matter healthy and prevent future disorders. More...

Leave the Carrots for the Easter Bunny – Ten Foods that can Really Improve your Eye Health

It’s a common adage that carrots are good for your eyes. But is that really true? As Easter approaches, the peak professional body for optometrists addresses the question, and lists the top ten foods that will boost your eye health and help you protect them from eye disease. More...

The Time Of Your Life

Whether you have a partner or not, whether you want a partner or not, whether you’re a younger, midlife or older woman – you’re on a sexual journey. Your sexual journey will likely evolve and change as your life changes, with peaks and troughs and perhaps everything in between. More...

Eat Less, Live Long

Eat Less, Live Long is a guide for people who are willing to change and want to get healthy, but are missing the practical steps on how to do it. More...

Peter Larsen World Glaucoma Week Interview

The new Specsavers Eye Health Report, released in the lead up to World Glaucoma Week (6-12 March), has revealed that 68% of Gen X, classed as those born between 1965 and 1980, are likely to put off having an eye test, putting them at risk of missing the early signs of diseases such as glaucoma, which is the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide. More...

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