Healthy Living

Tiffiny Hall The Pronamel Acid Truth Survey Interview

The Pronamel Acid Truth Survey . a revealing new survey into the state of the nation's oral health . has discovered that three out of four Australians surveyed (76%) claimed to have experienced acid wear on their teeth, yet less than a third (32%) knew how to protect against it. More...

Ainsley Salsbury National Vitamin D Awareness Day Interview

New research indicates Aussie women are overworked and under-sunned, at the detriment to our health. In fact, the majority of females workers (60%) remain completely indoors all day with minimal exposure to sunlight. More...

The Casual Cyclist's Guide to Melbourne

This new edition of The Casual Cyclist's Guide to Melbourne brings a fresh and entertaining perspective to this much-loved mode of transport. More...

Productivity Down as Hay Fever Blows into Town

A survey of hay fever sufferers conducted by leading pharmacy, Amcal, revealed that 30%of workers feel unmotivated when they have hay fever, with a further 70% of this group claiming it impacts on their concentration levels More...

Prostate Cancer Diagnosis Doesn't Automatically Mean Surgery

The PIVOT (Prostate Intervention Versus Observation Trial) study, presented at the European Association of Urology Congress, compared surgical removal of the prostate gland . radical prostatectomy, with .watchful waiting. (doing nothing) and showed that in almost half of the cases the tumour was slow-growing enough that patients, left untreated, could live for many years and die from something else. More...

Radiation Phobia Causes more Harm than Good

Speaking at the 11th Pathology Update Conference, an annual event presented by the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA), Prof. Sykes explains that the hype around radiation can be misleading and that there is a possibility that it may even be associated with potential health benefits. More...

Prevent Period Pain and Cramps

Been feeling a little grumpy, moody or bitchy? Victoria O'Sullivan explains how to prevent that time of the month from being a major cramp! More...

Prognosis still Poor for Women Diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer

One in 77 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer by the time they reach the age of 85. Almost 800 Australian women, an average of two per day, died from ovarian cancer in 2006. More...



Computer and Desk Stretches

Most of us know that lengthy periods of sitting at a desk or computer can cause muscle tension and pain, to fix this pain all we have to do is take a five minute break to do some stretches, most of which can be done sitting in your chair. More...

Top Tips for Improving Online Safety

Gen Y and Z, dubbed 'the Net generation' and 'digital natives', aren't living up to their reputations, with more than one in four admitting at least one of their online accounts has been hacked, according to a new survey by PC Tools. More...

Zumba Class

What is Zumba? I didn't know, so I headed down to a class to check it out and honestly you don't have to have coordination to Zumba; you just need to have a smile and a great instructor! Give it a shot- you'll enjoy it. More...

A Pain in the Gut

What's the worst physical pain you have ever experienced? Now imagine that pain times ten. This is the type of stomach/digestive pain experienced on a daily basis by sufferers of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. More...

Obesity Experts Join Forces To Fight Obesity

Obesity Experts Join Forces To Fight Obesity and propose GST for sugary breakfast cereals More...

New Year New You

As we get stuck into 2010, reminiscing on the past year and making following through on our New Years resolutions for the year ahead, one of the promises many of us will make to ourselves is to stress less. More...

Planet Obesity

Planet Obesity, Planet Obesity review, Planet Obesity books, Planet Obesity interview, Planet Obesity information. Garry Egger and Boyd Swinburn, Garry Egger, Boyd Swinburn, Garry Egger books, Boyd Swinburn books, Garry Egger interview, Boyd Swinburn interview. More...

Kissing is a major cause of herpes

Although many people don't know it, kissing can give you herpes, and this can be caused by either Herpes Simplex Virus type 1 (HSV-1, commonly referred to as cold sores) or Herpes Simplex Virus type 2 (HSV-2). More...

Girl Guides celebrates 100 years

Girl Guides, the largest worldwide voluntary organisation for girls and young women, has been developing leadership skills to and building confidence in Australian girls for nearly a century. The organisation operates in each state, and more than one million Australian women have been or are still Girl Guides. More...

New Year New You

As we get stuck into 2010, reminiscing on the past year and making following through on our New Years resolutions for the year ahead, one of the promises many of us will make to ourselves is to stress less. More...

Impromptu

We're all intelligent, modern women, but how is it we are so often unprepared for something that happens every month? After a girl's weekend away, where the subject of being caught out came up, Melbourne businesswoman Paula Rodgers set up service company impromptu More...

Sing & Dance for Health - National Institute of Youth Performing Arts

A good singing session can stimulate the mind as well as the body - increasing awareness and even boosting the immune system! The benefits of dancing are twofold with young groovers and shakers improving their confidence as well as their flexibility. More...

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