Health and Well-being

Health news category is the general Health news that goes onto the Health page

Eating for two, wisely

Tasha Jennings, Naturopath, Nutritionist, Natural Fertility Specialist Plus other things you shouldn’t take during pregnancy As the saying goes, you are what you eat.  This statement...

Conception update

Tasha Jennings, Naturopath, Nutritionist, Natural Fertility Specialist Prenatal supplements: the facts you need to know So you want to have a baby!  You have probably been told...
Melissa Walker treating a client’s foot issue

Best foot forward

Melissa Walker, Pennant Hills Podiatrist Whether it’s in summer with feet in sandals and thongs or in winter tucked into boots and school and work...
Regular checking of elder loved ones is important for everyone’s well-being

Check in on your loved ones

SUE BUCKLE While visiting your elderly relatives or friends, it’s important to take note of any changes in well-being or living standards. A messy house,...

Lyme – the disease that isn’t

Jenny Barlass It’s the medical conspiracy of our times - a disease that the Australian Government refuses to recognize, nor sanction treatment on the public...

Busting the myths about sleep

DR SHANE PASCOE, PSYCHOLOGIST & SLEEP EXPERT Your path to a restful night awaits…. How did you sleep last night? Are you tired all the time?...
Exercise plays a huge role in staying younger longer

Putting off getting old

PROF. ROSS GRANT, NEUROPHARMACOLOGIST, THE SAN For centuries civilisations have asked the same questions: how do we live longer and stave off the negative effects...

7 steps to a ‘new year, new me’ body

YVONNE CENCIOTTI, STEPZ FITNESS THORNLEIGH The new year is underway and many of us are still struggling to keep those new year resolutions and lose...
Audiometrist Katie Rahman testing a client's hearing

Clear as a bell

Katie Rahman, audiologist Do yourself and those around you a favour and get your hearing checked Hearing loss is known as the “invisible disability”. It isn’t...

Living with dementia – Bill’s story

Sue Buckle When Mary was diagnosed with dementia, her husband Bill decided that this was a private matter and that he wouldn’t tell their friends....