Eat well, age well

According to a 2017 survey from the International Council on Active Ageing, 27 per cent of men and women over 50 wished they'd eaten healthier in their younger years.

Potential rheumatic fever vaccine amongst latest Heart Foundation research grants

Rheumatic fever vaccine research involving special ‘yoghurt’ and a whanau-led approach to healthy nutrition are amongst $4.3m worth of grants just announced by the Heart Foundation.

Body image a top concern for youths, new ActionStation survey shows

For many youths their body image is a major cause for concern leading some to say our young people are struggling to see their self worth, a survey has revealed.

Australian researchers create drug with anti-obesity potential

A drug targeting at stopping insulin resistance has instead prevented mice from depositing and storing fat causing Australian researchers to think it may have potential as an anti-obesity drug.

Researchers probing link between ‘nature time’ and adverse health conditions in kids

Researchers are investigating whether time spent by children and pregnant women in our lush outdoors could prevent adverse health conditions in New Zealand children.

Scientists accidentally discover potential treatment for obesity

The accidental creation of a mouse that doesn't get fat on a high-fat diet has opened up the potential that a drug already being used by humans may have a similar effect.
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Mindful eating better than dieting, says hypnotherapist

Mindful eating tips for responding to cravings and emotional eating are shared by a hypnotherapist.

The star-endorsed diet that might be making you sick

It's a fashionable diet, endorsed by a range of A-list celebrities including Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, Halle Berry, Gwyneth Paltrow and Megan Fox.

Psychologist explains: How food changes your mood

Your gut is literally teaming with trillions of bacteria which help with digesting your food and keeping your immune system healthy.

Your health: How does plant medicine impact breastfeeding?

Plant medicine is proven to positively impact on many aspects of life and the start of life is no exception.
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Opinion: Dr Tracy Chandler – You are not a number

As we embrace the New Year, Dr Tracy Chandler (aka Dr Wellness) says we should be celebrating our uniqueness and aim for a one-size-does-not-fit-all approach to your health.

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