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Noticed there's a whole range of new supplements on the market? Nutritionist Amanda Powell found out everything you need to know about Acai berries, Krill Oil, Spriulina and more.
Youthful looking locks can be earned through eating the right foods, writes Jennifer Harbottle.
There’s more to eating disorders than teenage anorexia and bulimia. Angela Tufvesson looks at why atypical disorders are affecting older women
The peel and skin of some of our favourite foods have some pretty a-peeling health benefits.
Are you wasting money on that expensive moisturiser? Dermatologist to the stars Dr Ava Shamban tells us which ingredients we need to splurge on and where we can save in our skin care regime.
Cold and flu season is most definitely upon us! Before you spend a small fortune on remedies at the pharmacy, read Jade de Souza's sneaky guide to how to save big on medicines.
Are you paying for sexy packaging or added nutritional cred? David Gooding investigates the divide between our supermarket favourites and the generic brands.
Is your bed making you sick? Know when it's time to wash the doona and change your mattress to avoid turning your sleeping sanctuary into a hotbed for pests!
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
If it’s dried up, smells strange or generally looks off, it’s possible all kinds of bacteria have moved in and multiplied. Like food, make-up has an expiry date
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!
Time to think about having a baby? Financial constraints, health, career and lifestyle choices and sheer timing can all impact on when or whether you decide to start a family, writes Susanna Nelson
Before you reach for the fake tan or book your next salon appointment, find out what your exposing your skin to.
Why can’t you commit to a morning run or ditch that afternoon chocolate bar? Angela Tufvesson investigates the psychology of habits and shows you how to change your not-so-healthy ways