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Detox and de-stress with Kundalini yoga

This set of exercises is designed to support the functioning of the kidneys and adrenal glands to help deal with stress and tension. Repeat each exercise for 1-2 minutes and take a short rest between exercises.

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Blueberry, Carrot & Coconut loaf recipe

On May 26, Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea will be bringing together friends and family in support of the Cancer Council. It […]

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Dependance: a psychologist’s case for why couples should embrace it

Dependence is often seen as a dirty word, associated with the “needy” and the emotionally unstable. But looking into research on what really helps people become happy, successful and, importantly, independent, we may need to turn this idea on its head.

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Dementia not just an old persons’ disease

Dementia is often thought of as an elderly person’s disease but it can effect those as young as 30.

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Teammates help friend with cerebral palsy win race

These kids show what being a team member is really about

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Watching Kerry Washington’s rousing GLAAD speech on gay rights and diversity

Kerry Washington has given a stirring speech calling for more inclusiveness in the media

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Mass “kiss-in” held in support of lesbian couple

A ‘kiss-in’ was staged in a department store in the UK, after a lesbian couple was told their public affection was “disgusting”.

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Young British Muslims hit back

A group of young British Muslims have launched a YouTube and Twitter campaign #NotInMyName to condemn ISIS terrorism.

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Fat shaming leads to weight gain

Making people feel ashamed about their weight could lead them to gain more weight, not lose it.

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World health emergency as polio on the rise

The World Health Organisation has declared a public health emergency on polio after recent outbreaks.

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Ending the silence: Male carers of women with breast cancer

As more and more women survive breast cancer, a lack of services catering to male carers and partners is becoming critical.

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Include a Charity Week – 16-22 September 2013

We’re being urged to remember their favourite charities in their Wills during Include a Charity Week

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Modern family

As we celebrate International Families Day this month, we look at the rapidly changing definition of family.

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Saudi women could drive country to economic prosperity

The nephew of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah has made a case for women drivers in his country, arguing that it makes economic sense.

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Malala launches girls education charity

Celebrity donations have helped to launch the Malala Fund, a charity that will support the education of up to 40 girls in Pakistan.

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Life on Mars, once capable

The red planet once had the right ingredients to support life, scientists have discovered after analysing rock powder samples from Mars.

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Could an early lunch help you lose more weight?

Need to shed those last few kilos? The answer to reaching your ultimate weight-loss goals may be as easy as watching the clock!

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International Day of People with a Disability

December 3, 2012 marks the 20th anniversary of International Day of People with Disability which aims to promote an understanding of people with disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and well-being.

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Metallic bra supports Japanese women

Triumph International Japan unveiled its newest concept bra in Tokyo, created to show support for the rise of Japanese women on the world stage and at home.

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My Story: Vashti Whitfield

Vashti Whitfield turned the grief of losing her husband, actor Andy Whitfield, as well as her best friend to cancer, into a new life. The mother of two tells us of her spiritual journey to acceptance.

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Dan Englund, Running for Stroke Awareness

We catch up with Dan Englund, a stroke survivor, on the last leg of his 1000km run to raise awareness for stroke. He tells us the warning signs and what to watch out for when someone is having a stroke.

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My Story: Sophie Lippell

Sophie Lippell tells us her harrowing story growing up as a victim of sexual abuse and how in telling her story she hopes to help other adults surviving the same devastating past.

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Adults surviving child abuse

It is estimated that 4-5 million Australian adults have been victims of child abuse. We speak to Dr. Cathy Kezelman whose organization is advocating for the needs of these victims.

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Autism: early intervention and support

We speak to Trevor Clarke from Autism Spectrum Australia about the growing need for support services for autistic children and their families and which early behaviour indicators to watch out for.

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