Archive for posts tagged with 'Cancer Council Queensland'

Workplace

Health & Fitness

How going to work could be giving you cancer

Thousands of Australians are being exposed to cancer risks in their workplace, and Cancer Council Queensland says…

Surgeon

Health & Fitness

Cancer cases triple in Queensland

A new study has revealed that cancer cases in Queensland have more than tripled over the past 32 years, but there is a…

Sun protection

Health & Fitness

Eight myths about sun protection debunked

Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift debunks eight myths about sun protection to help Queenslanders stay…

Summer fitness

Health & Fitness

Five steps to shape up for summer

Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift shares five easy tips to help get you in shape for summer. With the…

Samantha Kilroy

Health & Fitness

Fun and fitness for a great cause at the Community Fitness Expo

Banyo local Samantha Kilroy will host a Community Fitness Expo next month in support of Queenslanders affected by cancer…

Surfing web

Health & Fitness

Half of all Queenslanders turn to Google for nutritional info

New data shows nearly half of all Queenslanders admit to accessing information about healthy eating via Google before…

Queenslanders clock up unhealthy screen time

Health & Fitness

Queenslanders clock up unhealthy screen time

Televisions, smartphones, computers, and tablets – screens consume our time from the moment we wake up, until the…

Queenslanders falling for hidden salt health trap

Health & Fitness

Queenslanders falling for hidden salt health trap

Cancer Council has issued a consumer alert about the amount of salt hidden in pre-packaged foods, warning that 94 per…

Cigarettes

Your Say

Should smoking be phased out in Queensland?

The Queensland Government is being urged to consider a generational ban on smoking for anyone born after 2001.…

Lifestyle choices cause one third of all disease burden

Health & Fitness

Lifestyle choices cause one third of all disease burden

One third of the total disease burden in Australia could be prevented by people quitting smoking, getting active,…

Australia’s Biggest BYO Morning Tea

Event Guide

Australia’s Biggest BYO Morning Tea

Cancer Council Queensland is calling on all Brisbanites to come together at New Farm Park this month to help them pull…

Active woman

Health & Fitness

Women, it’s time to make a move

This International Women’s Day, Cancer Council Queensland is calling on women to get active for the sake of…

David Bowie

Things to do

Brisbane musicians pay tribute to David Bowie

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been a month since David Bowie’s death. The global outpouring o…

Everyday health

Health & Fitness

How’s your everyday health?

Cancer Council Queensland has launched its first population-wide health survey to help Queensland create a cancer-free…

Melanoma most common cancer in young Queenslanders

Health & Fitness

Melanoma most common cancer in young Queenslanders

Cancer Council has issued an urgent warning for Queenslanders under 35, with the latest figures showing melanoma is…

Life after cancer can be brighter

Health & Fitness

Life after cancer can be brighter

New research has found life after a cancer diagnosis can be brighter, writes Katie Clift of Cancer Council Queensland.…

Healthy Christmas

Health & Fitness

Fit, happy, healthy and festive

Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift shares five easy tips to help Queenslanders enjoy the festive…

Large plate

Health & Fitness

The size of your plate could be your problem

The size of your tableware could mean more than you think, writes Katie Clift of Cancer Council Queensland. Do you…