The House of Wellness TV – Season 4, Episode 39
The House of Wellness – Season 4, Episode 39
As we approach the end of 2020 the team celebrates with all Victorians as the state slowly reopens after months of lockdown. With masks and hand hygiene still very much a part of life, hand sanitiser is now found everywhere – in shops, supermarkets, homes and in handbags. But could it be putting your kids in danger?
The Archibald prize is recognised nationally but moo-ve aside art lovers. There’s a new art competition in town – the Archibull prize! There’s no painting on canvas but plenty of creativity in creating artistic stories on fibreglass cows, all inspired by a dairy farmer keen to get kids interested in agriculture.
Communicating with your teenager can be tricky. If you’re after some tips on how to get the chat channels open, check in with a US sociologist who shares her expertise in navigating the emotional highs and lows of living with a teenager.
If you’re overwhelmed by conflicting messages about healthy foods, a recent global study has just released the top foods for nutritional value. Who better that Luke Hines to track down the top ten and then create a recipe incorporating ALL of them! Could be appetising… or not… but be sure it will definitely be good for you!
And self confessed herb nerd, Reece Carter, has the ultimate all-natural relief for sunburn, with some icy blocks made from one of our most versatile succulent plants.
Cast: Luke Darcy, Jo Stanley, and Luke Hines, with Gerald Quigley.