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When our stress levels are high, our health can suffer. The solution? Add some probiotics into your diet, says naturopath, nutritionist and Eagle Natural Health Advisor Teresa Mitchell-Paterson.
It may be Christmas, generally this is when everybody should be jolly, but what if you feel like the original Grinch? We’ve asked naturopath, nutritionist and Eagle Natural Health Advisor Teresa Mitchell-Paterson for some simple tricks to help you, and your family, enjoy the festive season.
Sleep deprivation disrupts brain cell communication in much the same way as alcohol, research has shown.
Mindfulness is no longer this hippy mystical concept. There are books, websites, “influencers” and apps all promoting the practice as a potential antidote to many modern-day craziness and issues. Sharon Thurin, Founder and CEO of Slim Secrets, shares her top 5 tips for eating more mindfully and this can help us in our everyday life.
For many people their mental health issues often lead to a feeling of loss of control, helplessness, and despair. A key characteristic of mental health issues is an inability to act. Often because we don’t understand what is happening to us. Why am I always tired, why can’t I sleep, why can’t I stop worrying, …
Doctors’ groups are calling for a crackdown on underqualified surgeons working in day clinics with an increase in the number of reports of botched plastic surgeries.
As many as 3000 youth suicide attempts could be averted each year with a ‘YES’ vote for marriage equality, the nation’s leading youth mental health organisations have revealed today.
Much has been made of the upcoming postal survey on marriage equality and its impact on the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ youth, but have we forgotten in the current debate the impact it’s having on older LGBTIQ Australians?
Emotive arguments and questionable rhetoric often characterise debates over same-sex marriage. But few attempts have been made to dispassionately dissect the issue from an academic, science-based perspective.
Australian researchers say they’ve made a breakthrough in Alzheimer’s research that points towards a potential new therapy to slow, if not stop, the progression of the brain disease. Scientists at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health and the CSIRO have for the first time shown an association between higher levels of iron in …