We all have that one friend whose eating habits and body shape simply don’t add up.
Here is a little truth we haven’t heard much about this week: We know how to close the gap.
Hundreds of thousands of Indigenous people are living successful, healthy, stimulating lives. I am one of them.
A 2016 Centre for Independent Studies report that found that of 550,000 Indigenous people identified in the 2011 census,
Don’t be a dumbo, eat healthy
Elephants never forget their greens, and nor should you. At least, that’s the message this 1951 poster from the British ministry of food is trying to convey.
Of course, gentle reminders to eat healthily aren’t always enough. Last year, Denmark began a controversial new scheme to tax unhealthy foods,
Looking for a cheap and green alternative to the cleaning products on supermarket shelves?
Plenty of people swear by vinegar.
It’s certainly inexpensive, non-toxic and biodegradable and has been used as a common disinfectant for thousands of years.
But especially if you want to clean your kitchen or your bathroom,
The introduction of strong pain killers that can’t be crushed or dissolved has done little to tackle Australia’s opioid epidemic, a study has found.
Amid concerns about rising rates of opioid addiction and misuse,
Jumping into the local waterway is a popular Australian summer activity,
SA Health has responded to criticism for not naming a chemical at the centre of a scare involving babies’ bottles at a hospital in Adelaide’s north by issuing a statement to reveal the product involved.
London-based Australian Bec O’Connor has noticed people treating her differently — since she returned to the UK with a bad case of the flu,
Half of the sugar young children in England consume comes from unhealthy snacks and sweet drinks, figures show.
On average, primary school children have at least three sugary snacks a day, Public Health England found.
PHE has launched a campaign to encourage parents to look for healthier snacks of no more than 100 calories –
Researchers at an Oxford hospital have developed artificial intelligence (AI) that can diagnose scans for heart disease and lung cancer.
The systems will save billions of pounds by enabling the diseases to be picked up much earlier.
The heart disease technology will start to be available to NHS hospitals for free this summer.