• 9 tips to manage alcohol intake over Christmas

    With the abundance of alcohol on offer, for many Australians end-of-year parties and holiday social events can become a trigger for overindulging in alcohol, says a psychiatric nurse and mental health expert. 
  • The secrets to long life expectancy

    There are five factors that have the strongest correlation with a high life expectancy, no matter what country one lives in, according to Compare the Market.
  • 9 signs your child has a gaming disorder

    As many as five per cent of young people are addicted to gaming. Here’s how you can tell if your child is in danger of such an addition, which a leading health specialist says has similarities to drug and alcohol issues. 
  • 43% of Aussie youths say mental health is their top concern

    New findings from Mission Australia show that mental health concerns, including coping with stress, are the number one issue for teenagers aged between 15 and 19, and such concern has doubled in the past three years. 
  • Why you should eat more apples

    Apples are the “wonder fruit of the world”, and we need to be eating more of them, according to a leading clinical nutritionist and food scientist. 
  • Australians are being overprescribed antibiotics

    More than 30 million antibiotic prescriptions are dispensed in Australia each year. In 2015, around 45 per cent of Australians were prescribed at least one course of antibiotics — many of these unnecessary.
  • How can one bounce back after failure?

    As tough as it may seem, the sooner that you can take some control and accept the situation, the sooner new ideas emerge, argues Alan Manly.