Sweat it out: Facts and myths about perspiration

22 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

Sweating can be a minor inconvenience for some and a major source of insecurity for others, so why do we do it and what makes it so variable?


What Covid-normal looks like in year three of the pandemic

21 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

As we enter our third year of living with Covid-19, life is starting to resemble the pre-pandemic world, but adjusting to the new normal isn’t always easy.


Virus control: Is your face mask up to the task?

14 January, 2022 . by Erica Sinni

Masks are a key tool in our Covid-defence arsenal, but are the ones we’re wearing effective?


So you’re Covid-19 positive? Here’s what to do next

6 January, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

As Australia’s Covid-19 case numbers surge, severity of illness appears generally mild in most cases. Here’s what to do if you contract coronavirus.


Your chance to win: Upright Go – your personal posture trainer

11 December, 2021 . by Michelle Rose

Think you need to improve your posture? We’ve road-tested a device to help you do just that, plus we’re giving you the chance to win one of your own!


Covid jabs for kids: your questions answered

6 December, 2021 . by Michelle Rose

Australian primary school-aged kids will be eligible for Covid vaccines before the 2022 school year starts. Here’s what you need to know about jabs for kids aged 5-11.


Shingles: The chronic pain Bachelor winner Irena wants you to know about

23 November, 2021 . by Erica Sinni

Irena Srbinovska has first-hand experience of shingles. She’s joined a high-profile campaign to raise awareness of one of Australia’s fastest-growing diseases.


Can your food choices help save the planet?

11 November, 2021 . by Michelle Rose

Eating healthy and sustainable food choices can preserve your waistline, but new evidence suggests it can also help save the planet.


Why pregnant women are urged to get the Covid-19 vaccine

9 November, 2021 . by Michelle Rose

Vaccine hesitancy has become a pressing issue for pregnant women in Australia, with vaccination rates lagging below the general population. Here, the experts explain fact from fiction.


Slippery elm: A herbal remedy to boost wellbeing?

4 November, 2021 . by Erica Sinni

Struggling with your digestive health? Slippery elm has been used in North America for centuries and is gaining increasing popularity as a herbal therapy.