Health & Lifestyle

Safe2Walk

Safe2Walk® is an easy-to-use GPS and mobile phone device that has been designed to support people’s independence and to reassure carers if a person with dementia goes missing. More...

Everything You Should Know About Hormones

Doctors are letting down thousand of women and men because they are not regularly testing their hormone levels. More...

Annie McPherson Receives A&OV Life Membership

Ms McPherson is the Founder and President of the Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) Group of Victoria, has been a A&OV community speaker for nine years, and is a health consumer representative and advocate at La Trobe University and The University of Melbourne. More...

Natural or Bioidentical Hormones

Most women will pass through the time leading up to menopause (peri-menopause) and menopause itself with only mild – or no – symptoms. However, a percentage of women will have symptoms so bothersome that they may seek help. More...

The National Incontinence Report

For almost 5 million Aussies it’s the drip that won’t go away. A condition that’s still too embarrassing to discuss. More...

The Art Of Developing Confidence

Research shows that people who believe in themselves tend to have less sickness and better mental health. Developing your confidence will help you to make the right choices for your health and wellbeing. More...

Dr Stewart Vella Kid Sport Dropouts Higher Risk of Mental Health Problems Interview

Lead author Dr Stewart Vella of the Early Start Research Institute, University of Wollongong said those children who had dropped out of organised sports reported greater social and emotional problems, as did those who did not participate in organised sport at all. More...

Get Asthma and Allergy-Ready This Spring

While spring-cleaning can help reduce allergy and asthma triggers in your home, it must be done with care to avoid causing a flare-up of asthma or allergies. More...



Want to Add More Years to Your Life? Then Get Moving

According to new research an older Australian could add up to eight years to their life expectancy simply by getting off the couch and moving, and Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) is laying down the challenge to all older Australians to take action. More...

Dementia Awareness Month

During Dementia Awareness Month this year, Alzheimer’s Australia is calling for the community to join them in Creating a Dementia-Friendly Nation - creating communities where people living with dementia arerespected, valued and supported to maintain a good quality of life. More...

$1 Billion To Cancer Research

Cancer Australia has released the results of an audit into cancer research investment from 2006-11 which showed that over $1 billion was provided to Australian cancer researchers during this period. More...

The Ice Bucket Challenge

The Ice Bucket Challenge involves people posting videos on social media of participants being drenched with ice water to raise awareness and money for ALS/MND. The participant then nominates three people to either take the Challenge or make a donation to an ALS/MND association. More...

Cancer Patients Surgery in 30 Days, Some Longer Waits

Malignant breast, bowel and lung cancer are three of the most common cancers for which surgery is a key component of treatment. All governments agreed the National Health Performance Authority would report on waiting times for cancer care. More...

Whispering Implants

A Braille-like method that enables medical implants to communicate with a patient’s cells could help reduce biomedical and prosthetic device failure rates, according to University of Sydney researchers. More...

Curve Lurve App

The app, available on iPhone and Android devices, encourages women to do self-guided breast checks. The McGrath Foundation hopes the app will empower young people to look after their bodies, to know what’s normal for them and to take action that promotes their own health and wellbeing. More...

Top 10 Tips for Managing the Symptoms of Menopause

Stress can trigger hot flushes experienced during menopause, and make other menopausal symptoms (especially insomnia) worse. Try to keep stress to a minimum where you can, and use relaxation techniques like meditation to help reduce your stress. More...

Scientists Reprogram Skin Cells To Help Find Cure For Alzheimer's

Dr Lezanne Ooi, from the Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute based at UOW, is at the forefront of an exciting new branch of neuroscience that converts donated human cells back to their original pluripotent stem cell state so that they can be used in disease modelling and drug discovery. More...

Anxiety – A Big Worry For Women

Anxiety is a normal emotion that helps us to focus and even alerts and protects us from imminent danger. It may be experienced as feeling nervous, apprehensive, distressed or a feeling that something bad is about to happen. More...

Georgina Moore SumoSalad and Food Judgement Interview

According to the survey of 1000 Australian workers, commissioned by healthy food retailer, SumoSalad, one in four Australians confess to judging co-workers for regularly making unhealthy decisions at lunch. More...

Dr Olivia Chen Lloyds Online Doctor Interview

Result backs need for the convenient and safe online access to contraceptive pill made available through Lloyds Online Doctor. More...

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