Being healthy is something that most of us aim for. With a range of 'healthier' options on the market it's easy to get caught in packaging and health claims that one product might be healthier than the other. However, you might want to take a closer look at your supermarket purchases. They’re not as healthy as you might think. Read more here.
It's National Diabetes Week and Diabetes Australia aims to bring awareness about the emotional health impacts of living with the disease. Find out what resources you have access to on this topic as a Queensland Country Health Fund Member here.
Find out what simple methods James Jensen from the Australian Nutrition Centre suggests, in order to help strengthen you and your family's immune system against this years flu season.
When most people think of an inheritance, they often think of money or sentimental items that are passed down from generation to generation. While material goods can mean a lot, health professionals are encouraging Australians to remember the most important thing that should be passed down through the generations – knowledge of health history. Read more here
Find out how James Jensen, Pharmacist and Integrative Medical Practitioner from Australian Nutrition Centre has been using Coronavirus (COVID-19) case studies from China to help predict what herbs and nutrients are likely to create a stronger immune system against the virus.
Feet are often something we take for granted. They are our primary form of transport that allow us to complete our daily activities; from walking to the bathroom first thing in the morning, going for a run, to chasing around our kids in the backyard. Kyle Richardson shares 5 tips to keep your child's feet pain free.
We are busier than ever with constant phone ‘pings’, 'coordinating kids’ sports and a never-ending to do lists. It’s time to take it back to basics. Laura Lombardozzi from Get Healthy, Be Happy shares some simple tips to help you get back to basics.
Do you sit at a desk all day? Many people spend their work days confined to their desk in front of a computer. Ensuring that you maintain good posture, checking if your work area is comfortable and performing a couple of quick exercises can help minimise any pain and keep you comfortable at work or desk. Brianna Morgan, Member and physiotherapist shares five quick tips:
Considering the immense consequences glare and UV rays from the sun can have, it is concerning to note how safety is very much taking a backseat for Australian drivers. Monthon Naksri from Stacey and Stacey Optometrists explains more.