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How 22 minutes of exercise a day could reduce the health risks from sitting too long, advise researchers Matthew Ahmadi and Emmanuel Stamatakis People in developed countries spend an average of nine to ten hours a day sitting. Whether it’s spending time in front of a...

Perimenopause usually begins in your 40s. How do you know if it has started? Asks Erin Morton More than half our population (50.7%) are born with ovaries and will experience perimenopause in midlife. This occurs as hormone levels decrease and ovaries slow their release of eggs. Perimenopause...

In case you missed it, perimenopause is in the news, writes Michelle Peate It came about as a result of Pursuit’s editor Imogen Crump experiencing a perimenopausal hot flush live on ABC News Breakfast television while talking about the big news stories of the day with...

Miniature-sized parks could help insert more public recreational spaces into our cities. In growing cities, where we need to squeeze the most out of every parcel of land, where do we find the space for new parks and other outdoor recreational areas? Some inner-city councils are turning...

Kindness not only makes us feel good, science says it may also be good for our health....

Missing or hard-to-find food product information can have immediate and long-term health and safety consequences. In the age of COVID and lockdowns, online grocery shopping has become a lifeline for families across Australia. It's incredibly convenient to order everything you need with just a few clicks,...

Martyn Kirk,  Emily Fearnley and Kathryn Glass provide a timely reminder for everyone! Warmer temperatures and eating outside go hand-in-hand, but picnics can sometimes lead to nasty surprises. Food poisoning is unsurprisingly more common in summer months. Every Australian experiences food poisoning about once every five years....

Cancer in the family brings immense challenges. Thanks to Cancer Hub, finding support isn’t one of them. The immense challenges that come with a cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. Families often have to make important treatment decisions while also navigating financial pressures, accommodation and parenting arrangements. Whether...

Evangeline Mantzioris looks at the science Rice is a staple food for billions of people in Asia and Africa. It’s also a versatile ingredient for many iconic dishes from around the world, including dolmades from Greece, risottos from Italy, paella from Spain and rice puddings from...