Wellbeing

Sing your way to good health

We find out how a not-for-profit charity and social enterprise is empowering people of all walks of life through song.

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World Cancer Day: Let’s talk about cancer

This year, World Cancer Day will address one of the most prevalent myths: ‘We don’t need to talk about cancer’.

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Chronic fatigue: the facts

Chronic fatigue can be debilitating for sufferers, we find out how diet can help to alleviate the fatigue-inducing symptoms.

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Is your mobile phone making you fat?

Addicted to checking your mobile device? It could be making you gain unnecessary weight.

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Great outdoors has a lasting effect on mental wellbeing

Green spaces in urban areas have a long-lasting positive impact on people’s mental wellbeing.

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Suck on a sweet to fight tooth decay

Bacteria-fighting sweets could be the next defence against tooth decay.

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Top 5 health innovations for 2014

We take a look at the top breakthrough technologies that will change the way we think about healthcare in 2014.

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Celebrate with a difference this New Year’s

Alcohol is still considered a big part of New Year’s Eve celebration, but research is showing a spike in ambulance and emergency room attendance.

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Indigestion on the menu this Christmas

Aussie revelers are set to tip the scales this Christmas with second serves, sweets and larger portions according to a new report.

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Weight loss forever

Rhondda Stewart shares how you can ignite your inner motivation and desire to eb the shape and size you really want to be.

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Open your mind to a new career

Want to enrich your life and those around you? We find out how changing your career could help change your life.

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Holiday season alert for kids with asthma

During the rush of the holiday season, normal medicine routines and environments may get disrupted, triggering asthma symptoms in kids.

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Could pesticides sprayed on long-haul flights cause Parkinson’s?

A landmark legal case will examine the link between insecticide sprays used on long-haul flights and Parkinson’s disease.

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Cholesterol by-product fuels breast cancer

Research has found the growth and spread of breast cancer can be fuelled by a by-product of cholesterol.

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Eat Like a French Woman and Don’t Get Fat

Mirelle Gulliano explains how French women don’t get fat, and why she decided to write about it. She also shares her magical brekkie recipe.

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Salt in medicines, a health risk

Dissolvable painkillers could pose a health risk for millions because of their high salt quantity.

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5 tips for taking care of your back

Slouching and lifting heavy objects throughout the year can leave us with sore backs once summer arrives.

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National Asbestos Awareness Month

Asbestos Awareness Month, November 2013 aims to educate everyone about the dangers of asbestos in and around homes.

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Brain Aneurysms: Life in the balance

Although rare, if left untreated cerebral aneurysms can be fatal. We look at one woman’s story of recovering from a ruptured aneurysm and find out what you need to know.

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A bowl of blueberries a day keeps metabolic syndrome at bay

Enjoying a bowl of wild blueberries each day could ward off life-threatening obesity, heart disease and diabetes.

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Early bedtime thwarts childhood obesity

Winning the fight against childhood obesity could be a few extra hours of sleep away.

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Early detection of heart disease is key

Heart disease remains the number one cause of early disability and death in the western world.

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Gardening linked to longer life

If you enjoy pottering in the garden or odd jobs around the house, chances are you will live longer.

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Women play a role in reducing breast cancer risk

Women are mostly unaware of the role played by their health and wellbeing when it comes to warding off breast cancer, a Newspoll survey has found.

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