WELLBEING

Influence of Social Media on Mental Health

Dipti Singh, In a world where we feel more connected than ever, is this online phenomenon accountable for various mental health problems? Sometimes you check your phone just to see the time, weather or to read the latest news and realise that you are thoughtlessly...

Healthy Gums for a Healthy Life

Research continues to show that people with periodontal disease (gum disease) are at greater risk of developing heart disease and other health problems. Periodontal disease is a serious bacterial disease that destroys the attachment fibres and supporting bone that...

How to help others during COVID-19

Johanna Rumphorst During a crisis like this it’s important to not only look after yourself, but also for people in need. Research has shown that helping others can also help you personally, by reaching out to others you can benefit your own mental health. These...

Control your Cravings with Mindful Eating

Dipti Singh The fast-paced world today is enticing people with an array of food options. Sometimes we eat four portions of a meal without even realising while watching our favourite series on Netflix. Do you recall when you had your meal with an actual conversation...

Benefits of Pet-Friendly Rentals

Isabella Ross Us Aussies love our furry friends. With our country having one of the largest pet populations globally, there is no wonder that many renters seek pet-friendly rentals. Here to break down the benefits that landlords can obtain by promoting their rentals...

A Guide to Meditation

Isabella Ross In our chaotic lives, it is important to re-centre and find restorative balance. Not an easy feat for all, there are lots of ways to find relaxation and peace of mind. Meditation is one of the best ways to find balance, known for its calming qualities....

World Oral Health Day 2020

The message for the 2020 World Oral Health Day is simple – “it is never too late to start looking after your oral health.” The World Dental Federation wishes to motivate people to maintain their teeth throughout their life and not to accept tooth loss as a natural...

Biggest Wellbeing Trends in 2019

Barre Classes: Barre-based exercise uses a combination of postures inspired by the ballet beam that consist of small, isometric movements. Unlike a ballet dance class, anyone can take part in barre says local trainer Anja Lineen. “With each isometric movement, you...

Back to School with Healthy Teeth

Despite increasing technology and many modern-day advances in dentistry, an alarming number of children still suffer from dental decay. Australian statistics show decay rates in children have been increasing since the mid ‘90s. Australian figures show nearly half of...

Feel Fit and Fabulous with Tiffiny Hall

Isabella Ross When it comes to the latest and greatest fitness fads whirring around social media, it can be a challenge deciding on the right routine. Taking expert advice from trained professionals is always the way to go. In comes Tiffiny Hall, previous Biggest...

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