Run, Jump and Dive to the bathroom: Exercising with Ulcerative Colitis Running to the porcelain bowl might be your reality if you are a sufferer of Ulcerative Colitis (UC). ...

Snap shot of cancer in Australia… The prevalence of cancer is doubling every 10 years. It is estimated that approximately 130, 000 new cancer cases were diagnosed in...

The lungs are involved in around 80% of all patients with diffuse scleroderma, a chronic connective tissue disease that compromises the majority of the internal organs. Pulmonary fibrosis is a type...

What is an autoimmune disease? The body’s immune system protects us from disease and infection by attacking bad bacteria in the body. An autoimmune disease is when the immune system is...

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a real pain (literally). Around one in five Australians experiences the unpleasant symptoms of IBS, such as bloating, cramping, diarrhoea or constipation. Onset of symptoms typically...

Regular exercise is especially important for people with scleroderma because it helps manage common symptoms such as fatigue, joint pain and stiffness, and stress.   Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Stephanie Frade, lifts...

Exercise and fatigue - sounds contradicting right?  Well here is the evidence to prove that exercise really can help combat lupus related fatigue.   Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms...

  Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Hany Georgy, helps unpack the relationship between exercise and blood sugar. Type 2 Diabetes is one of the most common lifestyle diseases affecting 415 Million people globally and 1.7 Million...