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WHY STRESS IS A PAIN IN THE GUT Featured
Groundbreaking research unlocks puzzle
RESEARCH from the University of Newcastle (UON) has shown a groundbreaking link between stress and functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGID), a vital piece of the puzzle for undiagnosed sufferers.

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Poor sleep may be the answer

A NEW project from the University of Newcastle and Hunter Medical Research Institute is hoping to unlock whether sleep is the missing link in long-term, healthy weight loss.

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10 September 2015

FUTURE HEALTH TRENDS

Technology drives a new era of wellness

FUTURE predictions of skill shortages in massage therapy have influenced the trend towards higher education.

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How natural methods can avoid the pain

By Kate Ribot

WE hear the word Rejuvenation used often enough, when referring to a variety of “beauty treatments on offer these days; so what exactly is Rejuvenation?

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20 April 2015

BREAST CANCER

Campaign to boost early detection

THE Australian Government’s ‘An invitation that could save your life’ campaign is designed to boost breast cancer screening awareness in at-risk groups.

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TOXIC BOSS AT WORK? Featured
26 March 2015

TOXIC BOSS AT WORK?

Here are some health tips for coping

IN Australia, workplace health and safety legislation effectively holds employers responsible for ensuring the emotional, psychological and physical wellbeing of employees.

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Something’s better than nothing

TWO articles published in a recent issue of The BMJ argue physical activity guidelines should focus on getting inactive people to move a little rather than having the entire population meet the 150 minutes of moderate activity a week target. The papers may give heart to those who can already see their new year’s resolution to get fit slipping away.

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