Nutrition plays a significant role in metabolic, brain and even psychiatric disorders. Authors of a new paper have revealed just how much of a difference it can make.
Sarah Berry How does someone who is considered a world expert on health and who has spent decades guinea pigging different approaches, really live?
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Esther Han Eating junk food may not be as bad as we think for people with heart problems, a study says.
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Anna Patty and Kate Aubusson Some patients undergoing breast implants at a prominent Australian cosmetic-surgery chain were given dangerously high doses of powerful drugs that knocked them out without their consent, an investigation reveals.
Sarah Berry The way you move, rest and think can change your brain, according to the latest in neuroplasticity. Here's how.
Michelle Bridges is facing strong backlash after the celebrity trainer made inflammatory comments about fat people.
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Sarah Berry The way you move can change your brain, according to the latest in neuroplasticity. Here's how.
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Western Sydney had its coldest night since September as autumn-like conditions finally arrive in parts of the city.