• A person checking weight Loss

    Four simple rules to lose weight

    Dieting but not losing weight? You may have been given bad advice. Try following these four simple food rules to speed up your weight loss efforts.
    • Wellbeing
    16 January 2020
  • Face mask

    Should I be worried about smoke haze?

    Australia’s bush fire crisis has devastated many towns and rural communities. Cities not directly affected have been blanketed in smoke, but how hazardous is it?
    • Wellbeing
    16 January 2020
  • A woman sitting alone

    You’re not alone in feeling lonely

    Most of us feel lonely sometimes and the health impacts can be considerable. Research shows loneliness can affect your health as much as smoking or obesity.
    • Wellbeing
    7 January 2020
  • A girl applying sunscreen aerosol

    When it comes to sunscreen, should you use an aerosol?

    Spray-on sunscreen might seem more convenient but is it as effective as more traditional lotion at protecting you from sunburn?
    • Wellbeing
    19 December 2019
  • A person writing down a list

    How can a gratitude journal change your life?

    Don’t be put off by images of ‘Dear diary’ and writing about your crush. Journaling is all grown up and can improve your health and wellbeing.
    • Wellbeing
    13 December 2019
  • Eyes

    Can your eyes get sunburned?

    Your eyes aren’t made of skin so it might seem like a silly question. But really, can your eyes get sunburnt during your day out?
    • Wellbeing
    13 December 2019
  • A man going through Christmas gift list

    Seven million Australians aren’t doing this simple money-saving Christmas hack

    Did you know poor financial wellbeing impacts your happiness? Here’s how you can help stay stress-free this Christmas and in the months after.
    • Wellbeing
    13 December 2019
  • A man getting tested for Melanoma

    Melanoma decline: We’re being more sun-smart and it shows

    Results from a thirty-year study are hot off the press, and we Australians have gotten better at protecting ourselves from the sun’s UV rays since the SunSmart program launched.
    • Wellbeing
    2 December 2019
  • A girl in a garden enjoying spring

    Does hay fever have anything to do with hay?

    Millions of Australians suffer runny noses and itchy eyes as soon as spring arrives. Here’s how to help manage spring allergies.
    • Wellbeing
    2 December 2019
  • A lady doing meditation

    Meditation for improving your health and wellbeing

    Dr Kate Wood shares how simple meditation techniques can help with your physical and mental health and increase creativity and efficiency.
    • Wellbeing
    2 December 2019
  • A man doing meditation

    Beat stress with meditation and muscle relaxation

    By including meditation and muscle relaxation into our day, we have a tool to interrupt negative thought patterns to create stillness within.
    • Wellbeing
    13 November 2019
  • Men helping each other

    Breaking down stereotypes to create men’s mental health change

    Two-thirds of men admit the blokey Aussie male stereotype is alive and well. Unfortunately, this can lead to poor mental health outcomes. But, change is on the horizon.
    • Wellbeing
    24 October 2019
  • Colonoscopy Procedure

    Having a colonoscopy? Here’s what you need to know

    Colonoscopies are a very common procedure in Australia, but you might be nervous about having one. Read our guide so you know what to expect.
    • Wellbeing
    24 October 2019
  • A man has prediabetic

    How do you know if you’re prediabetic?

    Prediabetes doesn’t come with any warning signs or symptoms you’d notice in everyday life. But left untreated, it can develop into much more serious health conditions.
    • Wellbeing
    30 September 2019
  • A man sharing his mental health issue

    What coping mechanisms do men really use to stay mentally healthy?

    Coping mechanisms can be either healthy or unhealthy. We look at how and why men use both of these types to cope with negative emotions.
    • Wellbeing
    30 September 2019
  • Alcohol and cancer

    The news about alcohol and cancer which might shock you

    Smoking and drinking together leads to an increased risk of cancers as opposed to when people do one or the other. The risk of mouth and throat cancers can be up to 35x greater for people who smoke and drink heavily. Quitting smoking can reduce your cancer risk.
    • Wellbeing
    24 September 2019