Health & Lifestyle

Low-Carb Living the Key to Lifelong Wellbeing

Renowned among dieters for working weight-loss wonders, the benefits of low-carb diets go way beyond whittling your waistline to improving overall metabolic health and helping your body to perform at its peak. More...

Chris Jellis Sum of Us Interview

The journey for these 4 partners involved in this new health practice started over 8 years ago. They were the founders of the Domain Health Physiotherapy group and have lived and breathed the business ever since. More...

Cameron Wilson Mood Active Interview

The benefits of exercise on mental health – generating endorphins, increasing neuro-transmitter activity, reducing cortisol (stress hormone) levels – are well understood. More...

Shelly Horton Hay Fever Help Interview

Leading Australian lifestyle and media commentator Shelly Horton has sprung into action launching a new health campaign urging people to get on top of their hay fever symptoms by visiting a doctor this spring. More...

Brooke Hanson Ocsober Interview

Life Education is calling on Australians to stay sober this ‘Ocsober’ and take a break from the booze for 28 days in October to break the cycle of alcohol abuse and help Aussie kids. More...

Monique Cashion Organic Awareness Month Interview

There are now several organic suppliers for every type of product you might currently consume. At Woolworths, items from its Macro Organic range, such as canned legumes, pasta, pasta sauce, honey and long life milk cost little more than their non-organic competitors. More...

Dr Dain Heer World Suicide Prevention Day Interview

Dr Dain Heer had a ‘perfect’ life when he decided to end it all. Now, he is determined to save lives through one simple awareness – the pursuit of perfection can kill you; your own greatness can heal your life. More...

Dr Bill Harris Omega-3s Interview

According to a recent survey 75% of Australians don’t know what omega-3s are, which could explain why Australia has one of the lowest global EPA+DHA statuses. These are the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids which the body can’t produce itself but are found in oily fish and some seafood. More...



Best Snacks For Brain Health

Did you know that of all the organs in your body, it’s your brain that uses the most energy? That’s why it’s important to feed your brain steady and nutritious fuel throughout the day. That way, you can think clearly, skip the 3pm ‘brain-fog’ and get through the day without reaching in desperation for the biscuit barrel. More...

Bulk Billed Rosacea Laser Treatment

While there is no known cure, the signs and symptoms of rosacea can be controlled with a combination of medical treatments such as Intense Pulse Light (IPL) laser treatment, along with lifestyle changes. Unfortunately, until now, many women were unaware that treatment was available, or were unable to access these treatments due to exorbitant specialist fees. More...

Quick Reference Guide Improves Antibiotic Prescribing

A Tasmanian initiative to provide a ‘Quick Reference Guide’ to antibiotic prescribing in the community has been embraced by general practitioners (GPs) and is set to improve prescribing, delegates at the National Medicines Symposium in Canberra have heard. More...

Natural Therapies – Are They Safe?

Chances are you’ve taken a natural therapy in your lifetime. It could be a multivitamin from the supermarket, some vitamin C at the sign of an oncoming cold, a natural digestive aid from the health food store or some supplements you were prescribed by a naturopath. More...

The Scandinavian Belly Fat Program

A twelve week plan and 70 recipes to help you reduce unhealthy belly fat and live a healthier life. More...

Is Your Dad at Risk of Type 2 Diabetes?

As Australians hit the stores to grab last minute Father’s Day presents, health experts say the best gift for Dad this year is a health check up. More...

Australian-First Trial Examining Physical and Psychosocial Aspects of Hair Loss During Breast Cancer Chemotherapy

This Saturday, June 11, 2016 West Australian doctors will announce their enrolment of women with breast cancer undergoing chemotherapy into a new trial designed to prevent or minimise hair loss during treatment, and assess impact on patient quality of life (QoL). More...

Feeling The Pain: How To Tackle Period Pain

Period pain is such a common health complaint, often shrugged off as just part of being a female. Most women have their own go-to treatment when they feel that first sign or twinge of pain, but from time to time it’s important to assess all your management options, to ensure you’re getting the best, safest and most effective treatment for you. More...

Gerard Fogarty Arthritis and Knee Replacement Surgery Interview

Replacement knee surgeries are occurring more often and are a lot more common in women than men, the average age has decreased significantly and in addition, the percentage of young people needing this invasive surgery rose from 3% to 13% in the last three years! More...

Kym Ellery The ELLERY Eyewear Collection Interview

The ELLERY Eyewear Collection range features strong, architectural silhouettes that are both dynamic and innovative. More...

Dr Suzan Bekir Rosacea Treatment Interview

Revolutionary new clinics open that bring together the best medical teams with state of the art technology, and specialists who actually bulk bill. More...

Christina Turner Mindful Eating Retreat Interview

Founded by a local nutrition counselling service, SOL health retreats offer participants the chance to explore their relationship with food without the need for restrictive diets all whilst having a well - deserved luxury break. More...

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