Archive for posts tagged with 'health'

Cut the C.R.A.P

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Cut the C.R.A.P

Beat the bloat during the summer holidays. Afraid you’ll have to loosen that belt buckle or wear a loose fitting dress…

A parent’s guide to Schoolies

Parenting

A parent’s guide to Schoolies

It’s that time of year again, where the surf and sand are filled with schoolies celebrating their departure from 12 year…

Health concerns for jetsetting Schoolies

Health & Fitness

Health concerns for jetsetting Schoolies

School-leavers need to put health ahead of partying or what was supposed to be a week of fun may have long-term…

Clean Living tips

Health & Fitness

Clean Living tips

Five healthy tips from the My Kitchen Rules contestants Scott and Luke. With ‘paleo’ a buzz word right now, My Kitchen…

Wellness in the workforce

Health & Fitness

Wellness in the workforce

Start your working week with a thought to improving your wellness in the working environment. A holistic day retreat…

Regional Queenslanders face greater risk of cancer death

City Talk

Regional Queenslanders face greater risk of cancer death

Regional and remote Queenslanders are still more likely to die from a cancer diagnosis than their city counterparts,…

HIV/AIDS Foundation dedicated for Queensland

City Talk

HIV/AIDS Foundation dedicated for Queensland

HIV/AIDS foundation will once again see Queensland for the first time in almost ten years have a dedicated…

Protect your pupils…your eyes that is!

Health & Fitness

Protect your pupils…your eyes that is!

Protecting your pupils is important! Eye disorders are the most common long term health issue experienced by children, i…

Can stress kill you?

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Can stress kill you?

This video breaks down the science of stress – what it does to your heart and brain, and if it can actually kill…

The power of Adobe Photoshop

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The power of Adobe Photoshop

Ever wondered how Photoshop works? Check it out in this eye-opening video… The saying is, things are not always…

Eat for your life

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Eat for your life

Brisbane celebrity chef Alison Taafe’s brilliant new cookbook Eat for Your Life has gone into reprint just months…

Kickstart your November with a bootcamp to remember

Health & Fitness

Kickstart your November with a bootcamp to remember

Bootcamp – It’s a win win situation – battle through burpees and perfect your push-ups for a good…

Obesity and tobacco rates in North Brisbane

City Talk

Obesity and tobacco rates in North Brisbane

National data released this month on obesity rates and tobacco smoking justifies a continued emphasis on local care…

Binge eating, the forgotten disorder

Brisbane Extra

Binge eating, the forgotten disorder

Many thousands are battling the shame of binge eating behind closed doors, writes Laura Brodnik. Karla Cameron knows onl…

Travellers are energised

Health & Fitness

Travellers are energised

Flying soon for work or pleasure? Lowered oxygen and cabin pressure magnify the effects of sitting for long periods of…

Schools and hospitals budget winners

Brisbane's Voice

Schools and hospitals budget winners

Health and education score a budget boost while multicultural groups benefit from grants The 2013/14 budget is all…

Funding boost for dementia research

Brisbane's Voice

Funding boost for dementia research

Dementia research and hearing loss initiatives benefit from close to $15million in new funding Dementia research has bee…

Raising a child with Asperger’s

Parenting

Raising a child with Asperger’s

Author and mother Kathy Lette kept her child’s diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome a secret from her adoring fans and the…