3 Aussie health breakthroughs that could transform lives

25 August, 2023 . by Claire Burke

Medical breakthroughs by Australian researchers may have the potential to change millions of lives. Here are three new treatments to get excited about.


Bare facts on naked carbs and how to dress them for success

10 August, 2023 . by Claire Burke

Just when you thought carbs may no longer be the enemy, along comes the concept of ‘naked carbs’. So what are they and are they really bad for you?


The good behind ‘bad’ hormone cortisol

31 May, 2023 . by Raymond Suba

Cortisol may be known as the ‘stress hormone’ and the culprit behind many ills. But experts say its work is not all bad – in fact, we wouldn’t survive without…


Five amazing health innovations that could change your life

4 May, 2023 . by Raymond Suba

From electronic wound dressings to a finger-prick blood test to detect heart attacks, the health industry is booming with trailblazing advances.


Is 5pm the new 7pm? Why earlier dinner is better for you

18 January, 2023 . by Raymond Suba

As 4-7pm dinner bookings are on the rise in restaurants across Australia, it turns out it’s not just a trending habit – there are actually health benefits to eating early.


Are midnight munchies causing your weight gain?

26 November, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

A tasty little morsel might seem like the perfect accompaniment to your evening on the couch, but can late night snacking be the reason for your weight gain?


How to trick your brain into beating cravings

29 September, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

Finding it hard to resist that chocolate biscuit, tub of ice cream or glass of wine? Here’s how to ‘surf your urges’ and get back in control.


Feeling grouchy, hungry or lethargic? Your hormones could be to blame

16 September, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

We all have them, but hormones affect our bodies in myriad ways – from puberty to menopause, hunger and happiness.


Everything you need to know about insulin

24 September, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

We know insulin is a big issue for those living with diabetes, but what exactly is it, how does it work, and are there ways we can control it?