• 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.

    Daylight savings diet: What to eat to get in shape for summer

    Sadly, there are no “best” or “worst” foods to eat for summer. However, there are optimal times to eat certain foods. Eating foods that are in-season and locally available is optimal for your body and your gut bacteria, writes Drew Harrisberg.
  • Only 28% of Australians take a full lunch break

    New findings show that less than three in 10 of us are utilising the full designated break for lunch, which can and does have detrimental effects on our holistic health and wellbeing.
  • Carbs: To eat, or not to eat?

    Mellissa Hay, Accredited Practising Dietitian with Diabetes NSW & ACT, breaks down some of the common myths surrounding carbohydrates and whether they should form part of our daily intake.
  • The health benefits of hemp water

    To learn more about hemp water – what it is, why it is important and its place in our respective wellbeing regimens – Wellness Daily sat down with self-styled ‘mumpreneur’ and owner of +hemp, Natalie Moubarak.
  • 5 superfoods from the pantry to help fight inflammation

    If you’re constantly battling inflammation – whether it be pain and swelling from a sporting injury or redness and heat from a wound – the answer to preventing it may be found not in your medicine cabinet but in your pantry, according to a superfoods expert.