04.02.2019 Nutrition

Food allergy or intolerance?

Oliver LeJus examines the confusing use of the term ‘food allergy’ and its impact on people’s lives

04.02.2019 Health News

Huge cost of medicine harm

Problems with medicines are behind an alarming number of hospital admissions and visits to emergency departments each year in Australia.

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04.02.2019 Naturopathy

Keeping a Healthy Bladder

Prolapsed bladder is a distressing midlife condition for many women. Naturopath Lyn Craven explains its causes, symptoms and some treatment options

04.02.2019 Depression

Suicide risk prediction questioned

A major Australian study released this week questions widely held beliefs about predicting suicide.

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04.02.2019 Astrology

Strong movements

Daniel Sowelu sees strong forces this month to align with our deeper primal layers

08.01.2019 Health News

Call for asthma vaccine for infants

Infants most vulnerable to virus-induced asthma after six months

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01.12.2018 Spirituality

Reality is ours to choose

David Zenon urges us to see the limitless magic within ourselves

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31.05.2018 Natural Health

Too Much Iron

It may surprise many people that Australia’s most common genetic disorder is iron overload, or haemochromatosis.

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02.02.2017 Editorial

February 2017

It’s that time of a year again when we are brought back to reality after, if we’re very lucky, a leisurely and relaxing holiday break.I’m sure I’m not alone in finding it tough getting back into work mode – and I don’t have to worry about those extra pressures of back to school or college. But I remember them well. So when a story comes along headed “Surviving the Reality Check” it seems perfectly timed to be our cover feature...

Having a new theme each month that brings something new into light, as well as inspiring food for thought, Marija