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Wednesday 9 May 2018 · Health and Wellbeing
Every day around the world six billion cups of tea are drunk. But it’s who we share our tea with that makes it meaningful.
May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention month with Channel 7's Kay McGrath, 96five and other media organisations across the state getting behind the social media tag #dosomething.
Monday 7 May 2018 · Health and Wellbeing
You’re so tired; you're thinking about your to-do list and your grocery list and that thing you wish you hadn’t said and that person from school who still has no idea how much they hurt you. Your brain never stops.
Tuesday 17 Apr 2018 · Health and Wellbeing
There is a strong link between movement and mental health and exercise can be used to assist with alleviating the severity of anxiety, depression and other mental health issues.
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Monday 9 Apr 2018 · Health and Wellbeing
When something keeps you awake at night, when something interrupts your peace during the day, when you keep going over and over something to get it right, then you know you have a perfectionist problem.
Friday 6 Apr 2018 · Health and Wellbeing
The way you’re wired impacts how you respond to stress. We share on the four main personality types and how you can use your personality to quiet the chaos and restore your sanity.
Thursday 29 Mar 2018 · Health and Wellbeing
It seems that eating disorders and the elderly can be a common problem particularly when the world is saying, ‘you look great’. When older people lose too much weight there could be health issues in play.
Monday 26 Mar 2018 · Health and Wellbeing
Research has shown how laughter is important for our social relationships, brain function and overall level of happiness. Furthermore, laughter improves health. Who knew that a good belly laugh could have such a significant impact to your overall health?
Friday 23 Mar 2018 · Health and Wellbeing · Open House
Currently 844,000 people globally are without access to water and Papua New Guinea ranks among the world’s most disadvantaged nations when it comes to access to clean water.
Friday 16 Feb 2018 · Life
In the previous article on Creating Healthy Habits - Part 1, habits were described as routine, unconscious behaviours that are performed on a regular basis. The key to creating a new habit is to practise it often.