Health & Lifestyle

Sheila Zhou Balance Your Hormones Naturally Interview

Hormones are chemicals secreted by glands that relay signals from cell to cell, and they play a vital role in triggering how your body is feeling and functioning. More...

Maz Compton Dry July 2016 Interview

Dry July is the fundraiser that challenges you to go booze-free for a month to support people affected by cancer. When you’re diagnosed with cancer, it’s hard to find the time or energy to think about anything other than treating the cancer. More...

Exercise Is Key For Menopausal Women

Menopause can be a difficult time for most women, so Exercise & Sports Science Australia is challenging women to increase exercise to cope with the daily physical and emotional changes they are facing. More...

Karina Francois Beat Winter Weight Gain Interview

Clean Food, Clear Thinking goes far beyond providing facts about healthy and unhealthy foods and recipes, educating the reader on the basic fundamentals required for health and weight-loss. More...

Kate Freeman Beating Winter Cold and Flu Interview

“Common cold symptoms can last anywhere between three days to two weeks, or even linger longer if you don’t nip them in the bud early,” Kate said. More...

Belinda Reynolds Protein Interview

Protein is necessary part of everyone’s diet and is an important building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. More...

Professor Robin Daly Generation Strong: Ageing Aussies Staying Stronger For Longer Interview

While many believe that getting older inherently means getting weaker, new research has revealed it’s far from all doom and gloom when it comes to ageing, with one in five baby boomers reaching peak fitness levels once they hit the big 5-0. More...

Keith Schleiger Men’s Health Week Interview

Facilitating a connection between two groups of men in Maitland, New South Wales and Ballarat, Victoria, the nbn Connected Sheds initiative will see them come together in a series of ‘Shed Sessions’ run via HD video conferencing to plan the build of a gazebo designed to benefit a local community. More...

Peter Chalikias Routine Finger Pricks Could Now Be a Thing of the Past for Australians Living with Diabetes Interview

A small, round sensor — approximately the size of two stacked 20-cent coins – is worn on the back of the upper arm for up to 14 days and captures glucose readings day and night. More...

Jono Freeman Arthritis Awareness Week Interview

Jono was a strength and rehabilitation coach with the Gold Coast Titans NRL team, and now runs owns and runs his own practice, where he sees many patients suffering from various forms of arthritis. More...

Karn Ghosh Beating Diabetes with Hit 100 Interview

In Sydney, the rise of diabetes has compelled a group of business entrepreneurs and health professionals to launched Hit 100 - a unique home-delivery food solution for people living with diabetes (Type 2, Type 1, gestational) and pre-diabetes, along with a science-based100 point food tracking system that help people make healthier food choices. More...

Dr.Tim Sharp 3 Week Good Habit Plan Interview

Modern life is increasingly busy, with growing time pressures often leading Australians to neglect their passions, hobbies and other fulfilling activities. More...

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...

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