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Discussing a previous marriage

Like Tom, many Australians who have been previously married may one day need to fess up about their past relationship. Today, Jo Lamble advises Tom on how to approach such a discussion.

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Which ‘chronotype’ are you?

A new book explores the best times to engage in activities, such as sex and sleep, based on your biological clock, or ‘chronotype’. So, which chronotype applies to you?

Grief and Loss

Speak up about death

Passing away, end of life, passing on, eternal rest – these are all commonly used terms for death – a touchy subject for some, but one that we shouldn't be afraid to talk about.

Losing a loved one

Don’t keep quiet about death

Passing away, end of life, passing on, eternal rest – these are all commonly used terms for death – a touchy subject for some, but one that we shouldn't be afraid to talk about.

News

Foods for a healthier gut

Your gut is known as a ‘second brain’ because it affects your whole body – from immunity and weight loss to a happier mind. Find out which foods will help heal your tummy.

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Is your belly fat a health concern?

If you have a little too much fat around your middle, you may be doing yourself more harm than you imagine. Learn whether your belly fat is a health risk and how you can fix it.

Health news

Risk of death doubles at night

According to new research, your risk of dying more than doubles if you have surgery late at night or in the early hours of morning.

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Star’s reverse ageing regret

Friends star Courtney Cox says she regrets her "horrible" attempts to reverse ageing and, at 52-years-old, she is now saying she is reconciled to being comfortable looking older.

Diseases

Could your blues lead to dementia?

A 10-year Dutch study has found that your blues could be a precursor to dementia, with 21 per cent of respondents who had severe depression later developing the condition.

Fitness

Cutting down on caffeinet

A little caffeine is perfectly fine, but if you need it to get through the day, it may be time to cut back. These tips will help you break the caffeine cycle and reap the benefits.

News

10 spring superfoodst

When it comes to fresh produce, it’s best to eat according to the season. Try adding these 10 superfoods to your plate this spring.

Fitness

WHO health guidelines way off

A University of Queensland study has found that the amount of exercise recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to stay fit are way off the mark.

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