Health & Lifestyle

Cardiovascular Disease: the $3bn ‘Hidden Killer’ of Australian Women

New research from the Mary Mackillop Institute for Health Research at ACU has revealed that when its wider contribution to not just heart attacks and strokes are considered, cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of Australian women, with the ‘hidden’ diseases causing more fatalities than the most common forms of cancer (including breast cancer) and costing the health system $3 billion annually. More...

How Do Hormones Affect Your Sleep?

Up, down or somewhere in between, the levels of your hormones can affect different parts of your health and happiness. We know that hormones govern the menstrual cycle and key points of reproductive life such as puberty, pregnancy and menopause, but how much do they affect other parts of life – such as sleep? More...

Matt Preston Urges Aussie Families To Keep Watch This Summer

To put a stop to the needless loss of life through backyard pool drowning, Matt Preston and Royal Life Saving today launched World’s Most Costly, a campaign to remind parents to keep watch no matter what this summer. More...

Pap Tests Are Changing

The Pap test (also called the Pap smear test) is a simple test that checks for changes to the cells of the cervix that may lead to cervical cancer More...

A Healthy Change That’s Not Hard To Do

We all know the guilty feeling of giving up a New Year’s resolution halfway through January. More...

Taking Care of Down There

Vulval irritation is relatively common in women of all ages, with skin conditions and infections often being the cause. More...

NASA-patented Technology for Osteoarthritis

NASA-patented technology offers relief to the millions of Australians with osteoarthritis. More...

Surviving After 40

Lee Carseldine shares he's health tips for surviving after 40! More...



Breaking The Worry Cycle By Being Active

When you’re in the depths of worry or anxiety, it can be hard to focus on anything but your racing thoughts. More...

Exercising for a Healthy Heart

Exercise Right is urging all Australians to take some time out to think about their own heart health. More...

Intermittent Fasting

Eat very little for a couple of days, then eat whatever you’d like for the rest of the week, and lose weight… Sounds easy 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...

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...

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...

Dr Ginni Mansberg Vaginal Dryness Interview

Vagina dryness is actually really common and while it is really, really common in women who have gone through menopause and breastfeeding women – it’s also common in everyday women particularly around sex; it may not be that they have a dry vagina all the time but when they go to have sex, they dry up and therefore sex becomes uncomfortable. 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...

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