29 May 2022
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The 5 main causes of fatigue

Many people complain of being tired as they age. But, when you think about it, a complaint of tiredness or fatigue is rather vague.

I don’t play tennis, but I have tennis elbow!

Why do we get tennis elbow and how can we treat it?

Stress – The Great Precipitant

I have been practising medicine for 40 years and have not seen one patient during that time who has suffered a heart attack, stroke, needed a coronary stent or bypass operation who wasn't under some form of stress at the time.

The various effects of alcohol consumption beyond moderation

If consumed responsibly and in lower doses, alcohol can be a very pleasant adjunct to any social setting. However, excessive alcohol consumption presents a plethora of health impacts.

Exercise: how much is enough?

Does more exercise per week improve your health and reduce the risk of cancer and other diseases? The results are interesting, to say the least.

Keeping healthy over the Christmas break

Rather than creating shaky new years' resolutions after an over-indulgent Christmas holiday, why don't we try and stop the habits before they can truly start?

Maintaining the RAGE

To keep diabetes at bay, we must maintain our RAGE.

Omicron: could this be the beginning of the end?

Early symptoms reported from the Omicron variant are showing positive for what this may mean for Covid-19 overall.

It's all in the Genes

Although external factors such as a healthy diet, sleep, exercise, and not gaining excessive weight play a major role in health and longevity, the driving influence has and always will be genetic predisposition.

Omicron: yet another Greek letter to deal with!

Just as the world was beginning to overcome the impacts of the Delta variant, a new coronavirus strain has reared its ugly head.

Putting depression into perspective

There’s been a stigma around depression with inferences that the depressed person can pull themselves out of it. Nothing is further from the truth.

Why has our safest bank, CBA, punted on bitcoin?

CBA is making it easier for its customers to buy, sell and store cryptocurrencies. Why is this so?

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