Wellbeing

Four signs you may need to seek grief counselling

Grief is a natural response to losing something you felt a bond with.

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Restore and Rejuvenate: 12 Soothing Yoga Poses for a Blissful Weekend Practice

Unwind, recharge, and find tranquility as you step onto your mat for a restful weekend yoga practice.

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No garden at your place? Three ways to get your nature fix

No garden? No problem. There are other easy ways to come by the soothing benefits of spending time among nature.

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How to find purpose that feeds your soul and why it’s important

In the new book, ‘Leadership Matters: Stories and Insights for Leaders, Achievers and Visionaries’, humanitarian and leadership specialist Peter Baines OAM shares the lessons that have stayed with him through his decades in international counterterrorism and disaster response.

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How burgers and chips for lunch can worsen your asthma by the afternoon

Certain foods or dietary patterns are linked with better control of your asthma. Others may make it worse. Depending on what you’ve eaten, you can see the effects in hours.

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What are lymph nodes? And can a massage really improve lymphatic drainage?

How does the lymphatic system work and can massage help improve lymph flow?

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Taking an antidepressant? Mixing with other medicines – including some cold and flu treatments – can be dangerous

At this time of year it’s common to be seeking relief from winter bugs, but if you are currently taking antidepressants, it’s important for you (and your pharmacist) to consider potential interactions with any new medicines.

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Autoimmune Disease 101: Alopecia Prevention & Treatments

Alopecia is hair loss that can affect not only your scalp, but your entire body including eyebrows and eyelashes.

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Climb the stairs, lug the shopping, chase the kids. Incidental vigorous activity linked to lower cancer risks

Many people know exercise reduces the risk of cancers, including liver, lung, breast and kidney. But structured exercise is time-consuming, requires significant commitment and often financial outlay or travel to a gym. These practicalities can make it infeasible for most adults.

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The Sleep Secret To Improving Your Brain Function, According To Research

Sleep is an essential part of our daily routine, and its importance cannot be overstated.

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Skin, mouth, lungs … it’s not just your gut that has a microbiome

A lot has been written and said about the gut microbiome – the community of bacteria, viruses, fungi and archaea that lives in our intestines.

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Science Tells Us Why We Should Switch Off For Our Wellbeing

Science is telling us to get back to nature for a more positive sense of wellbeing.

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Your weekend health makeover

How to hit refresh on your health this weekend in 5 simple steps.

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Why a holiday is good for you – even before you take time off

You have spent the past few days on a cloud over your forthcoming, well-deserved holidays, and will go back to daydreaming about them as soon as you finish this article.

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10% of people projected to have diabetes by 2050. What can you do?

1.3 billion people worldwide projected to have diabetes by 2050. 

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Four day work week success in Australia and New Zealand

Successful trials of the four-day work week in Australia and New Zealand have sparked conversation. 

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Dirty tea towels are breeding grounds for harmful bacteria – here’s how to clean them properly

Kitchens can harbour all sorts of germs and bacteria. These can arrive via humans, pets, uncooked food or even plants, meaning that a high proportion of foodborne infections are acquired directly within the home.

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This misunderstood sleep disorder affects millions and has clear links to dementia

A little-known and poorly understood sleep disorder that occurs during the rapid eye movement, or REM, stage of sleep has been garnering attention for its role in foreshadowing neurodegenerative brain diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and dementia with Lewy bodies.

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13 Practical tips that can help you get a good night’s sleep

In an era where sleep deprivation is increasingly common, obtaining a restful night’s sleep has become crucial for maintaining optimal health and well-being.

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What is meningococcal disease? What symptoms should I look out for? And how can I prevent it?

Parents and doctors alike fear meningococcal infection, which has been in the news again.

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Got a bad habit? 5 key tips to get rid of it for good

Productivity specialist Donna McGeorge share her top tips for turning bad habits around.

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Allergies to immunity: 5 ways to look after your health this autumn

Allergies, fatigue, exercise routines; it’s a great time to start thinking ahead and prepare your body for tackling cold-weather ailments that could soon be heading our way.

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The importance of solitude – why time on your own can sometimes be good for you

Spending time alone can induce fear in a lot of people, which is understandable. At the same time, the difference between moments of solitude and loneliness is often misunderstood.

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The Finnish mindset that may hold the secret to a better life

Sisu may hold the secret to boosting our mental health and wellbeing. Why not embrace this Finnish concept to help you win at life and find fortitude in the face of adversity.

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