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National Stroke Week: Let’s all become stroke aware

National Stroke Week: Let’s all become stroke aware

The World Health Organisation estimates that there are at least 62 million stroke survivors around the world. With these statistics, it’s likely that you, or someone you know, have has been personally affected by stroke.

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What does life after Covid-19 look like?

What does life after Covid-19 look like?

COVID-19 has been a life-changing phenomenon that has altered the world as we know it. Though Australia is making good headway in the fight against this terrible virus, its effects are still being felt in our everyday lives. They will no doubt linger for many months – even years – to come.

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Healthy eating and exercise are vital for good health over winter

Healthy eating and exercise are vital for good health over winter

Winter is well and truly upon us; the days are getting shorter and the temperatures are dropping. Despite the strong temptation to stay indoors and eat nothing but comfort food, it’s still very important to maintain your healthy eating habits and get your 30 minutes of physical activity a day.

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June is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

June is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

World Health Organization (WHO) statistics show that 1.8 million people around the world are diagnosed with bowel cancer each year. After lung cancer, it’s the second most common cancer in Australia, claiming the lives of over 100 Australians each week.

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Supporting those suffering with Multiple Sclerosis

Supporting those suffering with Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a crippling disease that affects a significant number of people worldwide. World Health Organization (WHO) statistics show that over 2 million people around the world are affected by MS, including more than 25,000 Australians. It affects around three times as many women as men.

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Seniors are conquering lockdown with technology

Seniors are conquering lockdown with technology

Social isolation is currently one of the most daunting obstacles facing seniors all around the world, particularly those who live on their own. But, while we’re all feeling very sad about the lack of face to face human interaction due to the restrictions and bans on social gatherings, we are overcoming this enforced distancing using technology. I find it incredibly heartening to see that our seniors are also embracing this golden opportunity to get savvy with technology!

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Celebrate and thank your Mum this Mother’s Day

Celebrate and thank your Mum this Mother’s Day

While some of us may be a bit sceptical about the origins of Mother’s Day and suspect it’s just another annual celebration dreamed up by retailers to make money, it is, in fact, a long-standing occasion celebrated right around the world.

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Supporting new mums during this difficult time

Supporting new mums during this difficult time

Depression is a serious affliction, characterised by overwhelming feelings of sadness and little motivation. Those who suffer from depression report having difficulty completing day-to-day tasks such as showering, cleaning, going to the supermarket and preparing food.

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We remain open for business!

We remain open for business!

The COVID-19 virus is having a significant impact here in Australia and around the world. With everything going on, it’s understandable if you feel stressed, or begin to worry about how you will take care of the basics, including keeping you and your loved ones fed with healthy and nutritious meals.

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Good nutrition is vital for post-surgery or illness recovery

Good nutrition is vital for post-surgery or illness recovery

During most of our lives, we have been taught to eat well, yet this can be difficult when dealing with challenges such as ill-health or post-surgery recovery, especially as we age. From personal experience, I can vouch for how quickly an elderly person loses muscle mass after surgery. This is because, being bed-bound, you don’t move much, nor do you eat enough, often due to a lack of appetite

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