Health news

Top cellulite fixes

Cellulite is normal. Many women have it on their thighs, bottoms or tummies. However, you can take these five healthy steps to help these zones be dimple free.

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Medicare review could cut services

Health Minister Sussan Ley has denied that the impending Government review of the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) is an attack on doctors.

Retirement Planning

Retirement Update September 2015

It’s time to spring into action and take control of your own retirement, health and relationships. But before you plough ahead, it’s important to understand the areas of your life that need a little attention and those which are travelling along just nicely. So, in this September issue of YourLifeChoices Retirement Update, we help you kick start your action plan with our quick and simple (How to) rate your retirement quiz.

Health news

How to save money and eat well

They say preparation may be the key to saving whilst shopping, but our ten tips will save you even more money and still satisfy your tummy at the table.

Mental Health

Midlife obesity linked to Alzheimer’s

Results of a new study have been released which show that being obese or overweight in middle age leads to an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

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Addicted to being busy

When people ask how you are, is your standard response "Good thanks, I'm so busy"?


Hints for happy family reunions

Family get-togethers can be a little stressful – or a lot! Our hints for happy family reunions should help manage any mania and allow you to concentrate on having fun with your family.


Common abbreviations flummox GPs

GPs are failing to understand the common abbreviations used in hospital discharge letters and this could contribute to the illness or even death of their patients.


Should euthanasia be legalised?

Jay Franklin is calling for the legalisation of voluntary euthanasia in Australia, so that he can die at home with his family after being approved for an assisted death in Switzerland.


Stress less through exercise

Today is National Stress Down Day and Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) is calling for Australians to ramp up their physical activity in order to reduce their stress levels.

Health news

Energy boosts for carers

Caring for a family member can quickly take a toll on your health. These simple strategies may help to give you a much-needed energy boost.

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Keep your kidneys healthy

Healthy kidneys are vital to our wellbeing. But do you know what these organs do and how they can affect your health if they’re not functioning properly?

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