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More control over your hospital stay

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Wearing the right footwear for walking

If you’re looking to improve your health, you can’t go past good old-fashioned walking. And with the 2015 Oxfam Trailwalker Series about to kick off, we provide some helpful tips on choosing the right footwear to help you walk your way to a healthier ...

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Avoid a sizzling sunburn this summer

Spending time in the summer sunshine is an Australian pastime, but if you’re not careful you could end up with a nasty sunburn or, even worse, skin cancer. Here we look at sunburn and what you can do to protect yourself.

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Running towards a healthier you

Running is one of the oldest and most effective forms of exercise, but getting started is the hardest part. Read about the benefits of running for your physical and mental health. There are also helpful tips to prepare for your first fun run.

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Inactivity Impacts Women's Health

From the age of 30, physical inactivity exerts a greater impact on a women's lifetime risk of developing heart disease than other well-known risk factors, including being overweight.

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Focus On The Positive For Better Quality Of Life

Physical activity and less sitting time is linked to better health and better quality of life, not just lowering your risk for chronic diseases.

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Take A Seat – And Shorten Your Life?

Researchers have revealed a possible association between the amount of time you spend sitting and your risk for a shorter life expectancy.

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Go All Out For Healthy Holidays

Holidays are a time for relaxing and having fun with family and friends – but it’s really important to stay active and eat healthily.

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Active Teens Build Strong Bones

Research suggests being physically active in your teens can help develop a stronger bones and a healthier future.

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Focusing On Eye Safety

Playing sport and being active is great for children’s health and wellbeing. In this article we look at how to play safe and protect one of our kids' most precious assets – their vision.

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Protect Your Eyes

Your eyes are really precious so it is important to look after them.

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Curb Screen-Time To Boost Kids’ Wellbeing

Children who spend more than two hours per day watching television or playing computer games face an increased risk of psychological problems, according to British research.

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Cycling Gives Students A Head Start To Their Day

Could cycling to school give children the best possible start to their day? Evidence is mounting that this may be the case.

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Stick With Exercise

When it's too cold, too hot or you're too tired, making sure you are physically active for an hour a day can feel like hard work. So what are the tricks to developing a daily exercise habit – and sticking with it?

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Sport In Sight

When your child needs to wear glasses, ball sports like cricket, netball and football can be a bit of a challenge. But glasses don’t have to stop them joining in.

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