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Are you yawning even when you're wide awake? Angela Tufvesson finds out why.
Ever wondered why you hiccup? Angela Tufvesson investigates the causes of this oddity
There are over 80 different types of massage. We asked the AAMT for a snapshot of Aussies’ favourites.
You may be young and fabulous, but your biological clock doesn’t care for your career, killer body or impromptu trips to Tahiti. Problem is, you mightn’t hear it ticking until it’s too late, says Dr Evelyn Lewin
Smartphones, MP3s and the internet certainly make life easier, but our yen for convenience has spawned a crop of new health conditions. Dr Evelyn Lewin investigates the causes and cures of social isolation
Chicken soup may be good for the soul, but is it worth its salt in fending off seasonal lurgies such as cold and flu?
Ever had a particularly bad headache and hopped on Google to see what was causing it? Many people turn to 'Dr Google' to treat themselves. But doing so can be bad for your health!
Before you reach for the fake tan or book your next salon appointment, find out what your exposing your skin to.
Dentists are alarmed at the growing number of Australians who are unwittingly risking permanent damage to their teeth and gums...
You’d sleep in every day if you could, but how much sleep do you really need to function at your best?
Around one in five Australians currently live with the pain of arthritis. There is no cure and much confusion surrounds what it is and how best to treat and manage the condition. David Goding finds out more
Find out how to keep bone breakages at bay and improve your overall health .
Bite your nails? Drop food on the floor and STILL eat it? It may be time to review your hygiene habits.
It’s not uncommon to merrily soar through spring and summer, before the cooler change in season suddenly rains on your parade. Diana Timmins reveals how understanding what’s making you ‘SAD’ can help you regain a sunny disposition
Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of the disease, but can be prevented with simple lifestyle changes. Renee Alford investigates the triggers and why a healthy diet can reduce your risk
Are your holiday memories tainted by motion sickness? Angela Tufvesson investigates the causes of this troublesome condition and shows you how to travel smoothly this summer
Sneezing your way through spring can be an arduous task, but with the right treatment it’s a breeze. Tamra Mercieca explains how she was able to leave the tissue box at home and conquer hayfever for good
New research confirms your body reacts favourably to positive emotions. Diana Timmins shows you how to flex your funny bone for optimum physical health and wellbeing
Back pain is an all-too-common complaint suffered by an increasing number of women who lead sedentary lifestyles. But in most cases, it can be avoided with strength and movement, writes David Goding
A good night’s sleep is a rare and elusive thing – and it can be as difficult to achieve as dropping a dress size. But evidence suggests that your sleeping patterns and the size of your waistline may be linked. Susanna Nelson looks at the science of sleep