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.

Friday Reflection: Loneliness of the long-distance swimmer

Swimming may be good for you but it can also be a very lonely pursuit, writes Greg Raffin.

Making healthy eating more affordable

Eat well for less with these budget-friendly food tips.

The surprising health and fitness benefits of golf

Core strength is key to a good swing.

How the pandemic has turbocharged the pet care industry

Australians are spending big on their pets, and big business has noticed.

Mozzies biting? Here's how to choose a repellent - and how to use it

Summer means mozzies. Here's how to keep the blighters from sucking your blood.

Speaking up for the disappearing art of listening

Does anyone truly listen any more?

Hyperpigmentation: How to tackle those tricky dark patches on your ski

Experts share their favourite products.

Top 10 myths and facts about toothpaste

Experts comment on the most common dental myths.

Blood pressure medication helps even the frailest seniors live longer

A large study has revealed that blood pressure medication helps all elderly live longer.

What is deep sleep and how can you get more of it?

You may have heard that adults need between seven and nine hours of sleep each night. But the

The diet that can put type 2 diabetes into remission

Consuming fewer carbohydrates can send type 2 diabetes into remission.

The dos and don'ts of lifting weights if you're older

A new study shows how beneficial strength training is in reversing frailty.

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