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Is breakfast protein the secret to weight loss? CSIRO reports

Eating more protein, especially at breakfast, could be the key to achieving healthy weight loss, according to a new report released today by CSIRO.

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Turmeric and Matcha Green Tea Bliss Balls

Turmeric and Matcha green tea bliss balls

Turmeric makes a great addition to some mid afternoon snacks, such as these turmeric and Matcha Green Tea bliss balls. The earthy turmeric is balanced by the lemon and ginger, and there is a natural sweetness from the coconut and dates too. They go perfectly with a golden turmeric tea! Erin Young, health writer & founder

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How an overseas trip can change the bacteria in your tummy

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Your gut contains around 500 different types of bacteria, which work to help keep you healthy. However, travel, while exciting, can cause an imbalance in this bacteria leading to dreaded tummy troubles on the road. Integrative medical expert Dr Cris Beer explains how to avoid this and keep healthy while you’re on holiday.

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WIN: Kylie Minogue ‘s “Swinging Safari” movie tickets

Kylie Minogue

Swinging Safari, starring Kylie Minogue, is a colourful satire of a typical Australian beachside neighbourhood, in the height of a 1970s summer.  This poignant comedy captures the innocence of an era of careless parenting, constant sunburn and suggestive adult behavior.

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A simple step to prevent stroke in 2018

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  We hear so much at this time of year about New Year’s resolutions – eat healthy, quit smoking, get more exercise, drink more water. The list goes on and on and on. While these are all valid and well intentioned goals, Stroke Foundation Clinical Council Chair, Associate Professor, Bruce Campbell, is urging you to

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Where to buy into the property market in 2018

property market

With crystal ball gazing property trends in 2018, Mozo property expert, Steve Jovcevski, expects prices to further cool in the major housing market of Sydney, while Melbourne will enjoy a spike in property value. Brisbane houses should slowly increase while Hobart will continue to be the star performer. Read more about each city…

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WIN: Rebel Wilson’s “Pitch Perfect 3” movie tickets

Pitch Perfect

Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson headline the returning cast of Pitch Perfect 3, the follow-up to 2015’s blockbuster hit that took the honour of highest-grossing live-action movie-musical opening of all time.

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A ray of hope for pancreatic cancer

pancreatic cancer

A chemotherapy breakthrough could improve outcomes for pancreatic cancer patients writes Cheryl Critchley of the University of Melbourne.

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Don’t suffer pain in silence – prepare for the painkiller law changes

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As of February 1st 2018, codeine-based painkillers will no longer be available over-the-counter in Australia. While the change will bring Australia in line with most other Western countries, the change may leave some feeling anxious about the future of their pain management.

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WIN: Gary Oldman’s “Darkest Hour” movie tickets

Darkest Hour

Win double passes. Darkest Hour is a thrilling and inspiring true story which begins at the precipice of World War II as, within days of becoming Prime Minister of Great Britain, Winston Churchill (Academy Award nominee Gary Oldman) must face one of his most turbulent and defining trials: exploring a negotiated peace treaty with Nazi Germany,

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