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Increasingly, ADHD coaches are being used. But who are they and what do they do?
- by Nicola Heath
While the risk of osteoarthritis rises with age, you should resist the temptation to just stay home, say scientists.
- by John Naish
Steve Terry receives a near perfect score from our nutritionist Joanna McMillan.
- by Nicole Economos
Dentists are reporting a worrying rise in teeth clenching and grinding which can lead to a multitude of problems.
- by Evelyn Lewin
The latest data about Australians’ diets shows that we are missing our nutrient targets. But there are ways we can fix it.
- by Sarah Berry
Current advice is based on little evidence and there is no consensus among experts on what a “gentle” exercise regime actually looks like. Why is there such a gap?
- by Caroline Zielinski
A heart that works better, a brain that defies shrinkage, an immune system that’s more alert – exercise remains one of the most potent “pills” for good health.
- by Paula Goodyer
Relaxing by a roaring fire with a sparkling txakoli in hand. With notes of apple and citrus dancing on the palette, you could be excused for thinking you’re in a luxury Spanish villa.
You might want to put down that piece of toast. A new study is rewriting the rules of breakfast.
It is no cure-all, but exercise can help us to feel better from the top down and the bottom up.
- by Sarah Berry
Lifesaving diabetes medication is in short supply as social media users continue to promote the prescription-only drug Ozempic for weight loss.
- by Lucy Manly and Mary Ward