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Once the domain of mainly women, diet culture has hit men in full force thanks to shows like Love Island and social media.
- by Ed Cumming
New research has found no changes in brain structure after an eight-week mindfulness course. But does that really matter?
- by Sarah Berry
The trend of taping your mouth during sleep to force yourself to breathe nasally is gaining traction. But just how worthwhile is this?
- by Paula Goodyer
It’s easy to come up with reasons to avoid a workout when it’s cold. The trick is to know how to motivate yourself and eliminate any barriers by following four steps.
- by Sophie Aubrey
It’s a myth that you have to punish your body in a high-intensity workout to gain anything from it.
- by Sam Downing
A new study sends the message that people should seek to lose weight in whatever way they can, whether through diet and exercise or with help from medical therapies.
- by Anahad O'Connor
Pricey memberships can be among the first things cut from people’s budgets, and gyms are going to new lengths to attract and keep members.
- by Millie Muroi
South Australian researchers have discovered a particular protein may determine the fate of people with skin cancer.
- by Tim Dornin
Donna Hay, the bestselling cookbook author and television personality, says she is “overwhelmed and humbled” to be awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia.
- by Bianca Hrovat
What the creator of the activewear brand Lorna Jane really eats in a day.
- by Nicole Economos