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What Makes a Healthy Brain?

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Key tips for a healthy brain ahead of Brain Awareness Week from March 13 to 19


Energy Boosting Ingredients and Natural Supplements

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With the January and February well and truely over and Easter very quickly approaching, it’s important to get our health back on track and there’s no better way to do that than to fuel your body with the right food to give it that energy boosting need.


The Benefits from Improving Gut Health

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Gut health is not just about how well you eat, it has so many benefits including a healthier mind and body. The gut-brain connection is relatively new in modern science but has been known for centuries. Getting our gut in a good mood will ultimately nourish and support our emotional wellbeing and clear the mind.


3 things you can do to maintain a healthy 2018 all year long

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2018 has kicked off in full swing and we are already into autumn and there’s no better time than now to look after your health. Starting healthy 2018 habits now will ensure you keep them up all year round so check out the list of three things you can do.!–more–> Get up and go It


Does Your Wellbeing Check Out? Tips to your wellness check

Your mind body and soul check with our wellness check. We have some handy tips on how you can keep your wellness in check.


Want to get prepared for the Flu Season 2018? Don’t roll up your sleeves just yet

Australia’s leading voice in whole-of-life immunisation, the Immunisation Coalition is urging people over 65 to wait for the two new enhanced vaccines funded by the Government under the NIP. 


Why Better Thinking Starts With Better Brain Health

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Should you care about your brain health? Is the Pope a Catholic? Sorry if this sounds facetious, but I find it more than a touch frustrating when I hear this question being repeatedly asked as if this is something new, or perhaps a little weird, along with a hint of underlying scepticism that this is


I’ve been diagnosed with iron deficiency, now what?

iron deficiency

Iron deficiency is the most common nutrient deficiency in the developed world, affecting around one in three women of reproductive age.


Low levels of alcohol good for the brain, study shows Alzheimer’s risk reduced


While a couple of glasses of wine can help clear the mind after a busy day, new research shows that it may actually help clean the mind as well. The new study shows that low levels of alcohol consumption tamp down inflammation and helps the brain clear away toxins, including those associated with Alzheimer’s disease.


Doctors warned following codeine overhaul


Doctors have been warned to watch out for codeine-dependent patients following the introduction of prescription-only codeine drugs earlier this month.