Dental Health Week, which takes place in the first full week of August, is the Australian Dental Association’s major annual oral health promotion campaign. Its aim is to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral health in every aspect of their lives.
We asked our Dental Hygienist, Kylie Svaricek, about teeth and how to keep them white and bright. No matter whether your goal is for a whiter smile or healthier teeth and gums, her advice has got you sorted.
Have you always wanted to start running, but didn't know where to start? Our Athletics Australia Level II Intermediate Recreational Running Coach, Karey Corrie, shares her best tips.
Salt scrubs are one of the easiest home spa products to make, and are a great gift for someone you care about. With this easy salt scrub recipe, you can exfoliate your skin at home and have your own at home pamper time!
Being a typically ‘healthy’ person used to be someone that got their five veggies a day and drank plenty of water. These days it’s much more acceptable (thankfully) to really invest in many different aspects of your personal health and well-being.
Macular disease is the leading cause of blindness and severe vision loss in Australia, responsible for 50% of all cases of blindness. It includes age-related macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease, along with other less common diseases of the macula.
We're committed to helping parents, and guiding children into adulthood with the best possible oral health. From the time those tiny teeth first appear they enter an environment in which they will be spending the next five to ten years!
Earlier last year our ambassador Laura Geitz together with her husband Mark welcome their baby boy Barney Ross into the world. Read her story on life as a new mum and what's up next for her and netball.
Christmas is only a few weeks away! With many social occasions, parties and end of year functions ahead glorious food is definitely a key topic. Especially how we can ensure we enjoy the season, without over indugling. The key of course is moderation. Lauren James from EatSmart Nutrition explains.