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Preventing Falls with Diet and Exercise

As the population ages, preventing falls becomes ever more important. According to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare, over 80% of people over the age of 65 who are hospitalized for an injury were injured in a fall. Every year, about a third of people over the age of 65 experience at […]

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A Life-Long Condition Conquered

Some conditions are life-long, and whilst there is no cure to get rid of them completely, there are ways to manage them, reduce their effects, and basically make life much easier. One of those conditions is known as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS. If you are a sufferer of IBS then you will understand very well […]

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A love of cycling?

Sport is good for you; it gets your heart racing, your body moving, and is fantastic for general health and wellbeing. Of course, like anything in life, injury is possible, and this is the general good with the bad situation. Having said that, there are many ways you can reduce the chance of a sporting […]

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Symptoms of Retained Neonatal Reflexes

Babies are born with certain reflexes, known as primitive or neonatal reflexes. Some of these reflexes, such as the rooting reflex and the sucking reflex, are vital to baby’s survival. Other reflexes are thought to be remnants of an earlier time in our evolutionary development. In most children, these reflexes fade as the baby’s brain […]

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Benefits of Babywearing for Mum and Baby

We’ve all seen mums lugging their babies around in carseats that weigh much more than baby does. Perhaps you’ve even been one of those mums. While it comes as no surprise that carrying baby in this way can cause back, neck, and shoulder problems for the person carrying baby, there is another disadvantage to carrying […]

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Tennis Injuries: Prevention & Risk Factors

There are approximately 54 injuries per 1000 tennis matches played, which is roughly half the number of injuries that occur during the same number of soccer matches. Figures show that approximately 1,130,700 Australians in 2006 aged 15 years and older played tennis in the 12 months prior to being surveyed and that rate of tennis […]

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