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Researchers Laura Marchese and Katherine Livingstone  looked at 700 plant-based foods to see how healthy they really are. Here's what they found. YesPhotographers/Shutterstock If you’re thinking about buying plant-based foods, a trip to the supermarket can leave you bewildered. There are plant-based burgers, sausages and mince. The fridges are...

Should I get one? What do I need to know? Allen Cheng looks at some answers. anon_tae/Shutterstock Influenza is a common respiratory infection. Although most cases are relatively mild, flu can cause more severe illness in young children and older people. Influenza virtually disappeared from Australia during the...

Some women’s breasts can’t make enough milk, and the effects can be devastating. Researchers Renee Kam and Lisa Amir explain why. Many new mothers worry about their milk supply. For some, support from a breastfeeding counsellor or lactation consultant helps. Others cannot make enough milk no matter how...

Can the drug really increase your chance of pregnancy? written by Karin Hammarberg and Robert Norman as part of a series on Ozempic. We’ve heard a lot about the impacts of Ozempic recently, from rapid weight loss and lowered blood pressure to persistent vomiting and “Ozempic...

How can we protect ourselves with a surge in cases since the beginning of the year? Laurence Don Wai Luu looks at how to protect your family Australia is facing a whooping cough outbreak. Some 2,799 cases were recorded in the first three months of 2024....

With many families travelling around Australia over Easter and the school holidays, the NSW Health Department is advising people to be alert for signs and symptoms of measles after being originally notified in early February of a woman with the illness in Sydney. Since measles has...

Where is the money from your chocolate bar going?  Stephanie Perkiss, Cristiana Bernardi and John Dumay look at this year's 'Chocolate Scorecard'. Each Easter, we spend about $62 a head on chocolates, but the cost of buying unsustainable products can be far greater Australians enjoy chocolate, consuming, on...

Controversial ‘forever chemicals’ could be phased out in Australia under new restrictions. Researchers Sarah Wilson and Rachael Wakefield-Rann look at why. There’s growing global concern about potential risks to human health and the environment from a group of industrial chemicals commonly known as PFAS, or “forever...

New Study Highlights the Power of Personalized Support for Mums-to-Be Parents and caregivers of elementary school-aged kids! If you’re thinking about expanding your family or know someone who is, listen up! A recent study from Monash University has some exciting findings that could make a big...

Unveiled in a groundbreaking new study study conducted at RMIT University, researchers have shattered previous assumptions about the relationship between parental smoking and childhood obesity. Contrary to popular belief, this link transcends socio-economic boundaries, impacting families across all classes. Analyzing longitudinal data from 5,000 Australian children...