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Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in Australia, killing one Australian every 12 minutes. It affects 4.2 million Aussies and accounted for nearly 30% (43,477) of all...

It's okay to not be okay…You’re not alone. Parenthood is a major change and sometimes, a major challenge in people’s lives. It's quite common and normal to experience symptoms of sadness...

In 2011-12, over 2.3 million Australians aged 15 years and over reported to be on a diet to help lose weight or for another health reason. A majority of these...

Lymphedema is a condition that often affects people recovering from cancer treatment. We asked Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Kitty Chao, about her tips for exercising with lymphedema. What is the lymphatic system? The...

As we progress through life, our body is challenged in different ways. Menopause is no different. So, how should you adapt your exercise for menopause? Australian women typically experience menopause between...

Feeling down, stressed or anxious are all normal emotions for young people to experience. When these feelings persist for long periods of time or begin to interfere with work, study...

Joint replacements are a big deal in Australia with almost 115,000 Australians  having their hip, knee or shoulder replaced in 2016. This number is only expected to grow as our...