Cooking at home = Prescription for healthy weight
More than half Australian adults are unhappy with their weight, with many wanting to eat better, trim portion sizes and cook at home more.
Relationships more beneficial to women than men
Women in relationships have better overall health compared to their single counterparts; for men, their overall health is not influenced by their relationship status.
Police appeal for information following hit-and-run
Police are hoping to speak with the driver of a white utility, after a 59 year-old pedestrian was hit in a hit-and-run collision in Hillsdale last month.
One in three pedestrian deaths aged over 70
Police are urging pedestrians and motorists to be on the alert for each other following a significant number of recent pedestrian fatalities.
10 tips for heart healthy living
For Heart Month international and National Heart Research Day, 14 February, Dr Joanna McMillan - a leading Dieticians, Nutritionist, TV personality presents her healthy heart tips.
Next generation of banknotes
At the 50th anniversary of decimal currency, the Reserve Bank has announced that the first of Australia's next generation of banknotes, the new $5, will be issued from 1 September 2016.
Gravitational waves detected
For the first time in history, astronomers have observed elusive gravitational waves – ripples in space time caused by a violent cosmic event taking place in the distant Universe.
Improved diabetes control with new diet
Adelaide researchers have developed a diet and exercise program, highly effective in reducing the burden of type 2 diabetes, with an average 40 per cent reduction in medication levels.
Investment in solar and battery storage
AGL Energy Limited has joined the Australian Government in investing in San Francisco-based solar company Sunverge Energy’s world-leading battery storage technology.
Legislation for choice in aged home care
Older Australians will have greater choice and control over their aged care services under proposed changes to aged care legislation.
Wash all supermarket produce- food researcher
Pre-washed supermarket fruit and vegetables should be washed again to remove all traces of pathogenic bugs, says a Victoria University food researcher.
Australia's corruption score on the rise
Australia has dropped further from the top 10 of least corrupt countries in the world.
Aged care facility ground breaking at Sunshine Coast
Living Choice Twin Waters retirement village today saw the start of construction of a high care residential aged care facility onsite.
Medicinal cannabis legislation introduced today
The Federal Government will today introduce landmark legislation providing patients a safe, legal and reliable supply of medicinal cannabis for the management of painful and chronic conditions.
Close the Gap - renewed commitment needed
Political parties have been called on to renew their commitment to closing the unacceptable health and life expectancy gap between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous Australians.
Mobility and adjustable bed suppliers fined
Clews, which supplies Seniors Plus products and D Burnz which supplies Better Living Australia products have each paid $20,400 in ACCC penalties.
Last week to comment on ACT cat containment
Only days remain for Australian Capital Territory citizens to provide feedback on proposed new cat containment areas.
Crack down on dodgy VIC health providers
Victoria’s health complaints watchdog will be given greater powers to name and shame dodgy health service providers and practitioners, and ban them from practising.
Innovation in elder help detection on the horizon
When it comes to seniors, it can difficult to strike a balance between maintaining an independent lifestyle and ensuring that help will be there when needed.
Flavonoid-rich foods and drinks may prevent erectile dysfunction
Men who consume just three or four weekly portions of foods and drinks containing flavonoids—which include berries, citrus fruits, and red wine—may reduce their risk of erectile dysfunction.
Fuel price disclosure laws to be introduced in NT
Fuel companies will be forced to disclose fuel costs and profits each month under fuel price disclosure laws to be introduced into the Northern Territory Parliament this week.
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