Dementia is a puzzle that needs to be solved, but our treatment of it remains woefully archaic.
In order to highlight their own apparent subjugation, some in the anti-vaccine crowd are now wearing Holocaust-era insignia. Yes, really.
It seems an obvious thing to ask, but do the so-called ‘smart’ foods offer any benefit to your mind?
Personal Training might be big business, but the business side of it often goes unnoticed. Morfus is the app that allows the goalsetters to achieve their goals.
As part of our series illustrating the work of women in government, we sat down with Shadow Health Minister Catherine King to discuss her electorate, election day and her plans beyond.
Living with depression is a series of macro struggles, not least navigating those who know the status of your mental health. Often, we inhabit two worlds.
This International Women’s Day, women and men all over the world are vowing to support #BalanceforBetter and help create a gender-balanced world.
Morfus is changing the game for personal trainers, ensuring that the business side of their product keeps hitting personal bests.
It’s a fact, we all have a limited amount of time on this planet. Everything we do is powered by this fear. But, living life by the tick of the clock is not really living at all.
Laughter is often called the best medicine. But take our word for it: not every hilarious prescription is created equal.
All hail the coffee nap: biology’s way of telling you it’s okay to be a lazy caffeine junkie.
Black Friday fever hit the globe this weekend and Australia wasn’t immune. But is Christmas shopping madness really such a terrible thing?
Today, I am one year sober. While my climb to this point has been Sisyphusean, I have stopped blaming myself, and have taken my own life back.
The impact of physical activity on our cognition is well known, but surprising new research suggests merely walking backwards can boost short term memory. Now where did we put those exercise shoes?
Last week, we reported that the QLD police is protecting one of their officers who illegally used their database to track a victim as a favour. Now, the officer in question is refusing to testify. He remains in the police force.
Whether we accept it or not, the commute to and from work is now part of our working day. Is there any way to reverse the trend, or is it now a reality of modern life?
The government making it harder to get opioids is only half the battle. A greater understanding of what opioids are doing to our bodies is the only way forward.
As we creep closer to summer, our attention again turns to body standards. It is, in effect, the perfect illusion of exclusive inclusivity.
Depression and anxiety are part of the modern Australian experience. However, one social researcher has an ambitious plan to solve it.
‘Self-care’ is a term that has swelled into a lunchtime utopia. We scale mountains, we take photos of ourselves, we daytime drink. All of this is an unhelpful sidestep.
Losing weight is not difficult, breaking our small habits is. One study has articulated the triggers that we need to break if we’re going to free ourselves from the cycle.