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preventing bowel cancer with healthy living

Bowel cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-related deaths in Australia, claiming the lives of about 4,000 Australians each year.

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Hayfever Season Allergy Relief

- Hayfever affects over 3 million Australians. - Hayfever makes asthma more difficult to manage. - Suffers of hayfever may get more frequent sinus infections. - People with hayfever can get tired and run down.

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Zinc and Health

Zinc is one of the most important essential trace metals in human health and nutrition.

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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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Healthy Lifestyle Strategies

Older people may be able to improve their cognitive function and brain efficiency by making simple lifestyle changes such as incorporating memory exercise, healthy eating, physical fitness and stress reduction into their daily lives.

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Seeking Relief from Muscle Cramps

Anyone who has suffered a severe muscle cramp will know the pain. So what are they and how can we avoid them?

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Never too late to benefit from active living … even in your 70s and 80s

Physically active older adults need fewer prescriptions and are less likely to be admitted to hospital for an emergency.

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Getting ready for winter

Winter is a time when many of us will be exposed to increased risks of illness and extra demands will be placed on the health system to cope.

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Common Sense Exercise Tips

A little common sense goes a long way when you’re trying to get in shape and stay fit for life.

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Work Related Stress & Anxiety

Long hours, heavy workloads and job insecurity can make work a stressful place these days. And it's not just individuals who are affected - stress can also reduce workplace productivity and attendance.

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The Benefits Of Eating Well

We've all been told from a young age to eat well. But it’s easy to forget why and how to form and maintain a balanced diet.

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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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Help Keep Flu Out This Winter

Flu vaccinations improve your chances of a flu free winter.

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Ingredients in Chocolate, Tea and Berries Could Protect Against Diabetes

Flavonoids, especially anthocyanins, found in berries, tea, and chocolate may protect against Type 2 Diabetes.

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Deskbound? Get Creative And Get Moving

A bit of planning and creativity when doing daily tasks can help office workers to reduce sitting time and stay healthy.

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