Six-hour exercise window linked to better health

11 April

There’s mounting evidence exercising for short bouts during the evening is linked to better health. A University of Sydney study has found obese people who exercise between 6pm and midnight have a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease...[Read More]

Planning Your Next Chapter: The Benefits and Timing of Transitioning to a Retirement Home

18 April

Transitioning into a retirement home is a significant life decision that involves careful planning and consideration.  As people age, their living needs change, and moving into a retirement home can offer numerous benefits. Here are the top 10...[Read More]

Embracing Life’s Simple Pleasures: How Finding Joy in the Little Things Leads to Greater Happiness and Fulfillment

28 March

Finding joy in the little things is an age-old adage, woven into the fabric of countless cultures and philosophies around the world. It’s a simple yet profound principle that encourages us to seek happiness not in grand achievements or material...[Read More]

10 benefits of Yoga and Pilates for people of all ages

8 February

Yoga and Pilates offer numerous benefits for people of all ages, including those leading into and during retirement. Improved Flexibility: Both Yoga and Pilates involve stretching exercises that can help improve flexibility. This is...[Read More]

A Journey to Health and Wellness

15 February

Focusing on a healthy nutrition is a universal concern that transcends geographical boundaries, including Australia. In a country known for its diverse landscapes and unique wildlife, maintaining good nutrition is essential for overall well-being....[Read More]

Researchers a step closer to finding a diabetes cure

3 January

Researchers are a step closer to a cure for type one diabetes, with a Melbourne institute finding a way to rewire insulin production in sufferers. For people with type one diabetes, their immune system destroys pancreatic cells so they need to...[Read More]

Redefining Riches: Embracing a Holistic Vision of Wealth in the 21st Century

7 March

Wealth, traditionally measured by the yardstick of financial resources, has undergone a paradigm shift, mirroring the evolving values of today’s society. The contemporary concept of wealth transcends the accumulation of money, recognising that a...[Read More]

Bite-sized goals the key to new year fitness targets

3 January

Australians vowing to transform from couch potato to elite athlete in 2024 have been warned to keep their fitness goals achievable or risk disappointment. Health and fitness ambitions are popular new year resolutions but are notoriously tough to...[Read More]

Cancer, cystic fibrosis treatments in new PBS listings

3 January

Medicines to help treat infants with cystic fibrosis along with new therapies for patients with advanced ovarian cancer will be subsidised under the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. Multiple new treatments were added to the scheme on January 1, which...[Read More]

‘The perfect gift’: thousands wanted in Xmas blood push

20 December

Thousands of blood donors are being urged to roll up their sleeves and give the gift of life over the Christmas period. An extra 830 donations per day are needed nationwide between Friday and the start of January to meet hospital demand, Australian...[Read More]

Festive cheer can bring stress for overwhelmed Aussies

20 December

Every year, Australians are bombarded with a sleigh-full of commercials showing well-behaved families sitting down to the ideal Christmas lunch. The fact not every family lives up to such expectations means more Australians feeling let down or...[Read More]

Why taking a break during the festive season is important

14 December

There are countless countdowns everywhere, whether it’s for Christmas or the new year, and yet, when the festive season happens, it always comes as a bit of a surprise.   Some people experience a touch of panic and get lost in the holiday rush....[Read More]