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Keeping healthy is an important part of productive ageing but there’s more to life than simply worrying about your health. Emotional and physical wellbeing is just as important and eating well, exercising and taking time to keep your life balanced should all be part of your plan for a long, happy and healthy life.
Hazards to your hearing
With the world becoming louder, many people are losing their hearing earlier in life. In Australia, there are more people aged 45 to 64 with a hearing loss than those over 65.
If simple activities cause you to “huff and puff”, learning to control your breathing can ...
A growing section of the population is becoming hooked on over-the-counter and prescription drugs.
Fasting for just three days could be enough to regenerate your entire immune system.
Five of the top websites for getting help in any situation, from health advice to ...
Cold weather, with its low relative humidity, can leave your skin dry and flaky.
Get active to combat arthritis
For the nearly one in five Australians who suffer from arthritis, exercise could be key to helping increase muscle strength, joint movement and most importantly, reduce pain. Arthritis Awareness Week is a great reminder that 3.85 million Australians suffer from arthritis (Access Economics, 2007), and that 62 per ...Find out more
Free pet treats
As with humans, when animals age they may need a little extra in their diet. Blackmores have created a range of animal vitamin supplements and you can try these for free. Paw4pets.com.au has information on looking after your pet, information on how you can improve their ...Find out more
Top 10 unusual pets
Maybe you’re looking for something a little more exotic than a cat dog or mouse, how about a Madagascar hissing cockroach, which is only one of many unusual pets. Hermit crabs, potbellied pigs and the “Pac-man” frog all feature in Petplace.com’s Top 10 unusual pets. ...Find out more
Product Road Test – Uniback
YOURLifeChoices subscriber Jeff agreed to review the Uniback Back Scrubber for us. He found it easy to install and very useful. Installation A big plus – it’s easy, and you don’t need an allen-key, fiddly Ikea screwdriver or engineering degree either. The ...See Jeff's review
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