19 November 2019
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The sports car and the bicycle

In his third article in the series, our resident medico looks at traditional versus complementary medicine. Carry on, doctor…

A vitamin a day keeps hearts pumping away!

Holding shares for the long term is the name of the game. In his second article in a series of three, Dr Ross refers to data that showed a 44% reduction in cardiovascular disease in men taking a good quality multivitamin a day for 20 years.

Another dig at complementary medicine

Here we go again: “Vast majority of dietary supplements don't improve heart health or put off death, study finds."

A major breakthrough for spinal cord injuries

I'm delighted to say that there's been a major clinical breakthrough, which hopefully in the near future, will become the standard of care for people with significant spinal cord injuries.

Put the phone down, Wendy

With young kids subjected to online bullying, image abuse and stress, Victorian and NSW governments are banning mobile phone usage in schools and two listed minnows are eyeing the opportunities.

The power of the gut

Two more studies released recently show the importance of having healthy gut bacteria.

Happy employees, happy life

Ever worked in a great place? Happy workplaces don't just happen. They're designed and crafted over time. Here are 5 tips to help build a better work environment.

Women's World Cup kicks goals for women's sport

The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France has signalled a new age for the recognition of women's sport around the world.

The Rastafarian approach to economics: don't worry, be happy!

In our economy we have some trouble, but when you worry you make it double.

Every generation, blames the one before

As Mike and the Mechanics declare: “Every generation, blames the one before And all of their frustrations, Come beating on your door…” Well, I'm saying it loud and clear: Baby boomers aren't to blame!

More evidence for the Brain-Gut connection to Parkinson's disease

Significant breakthroughs at many levels will hopefully see a cure for Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia, which have a very deleterious effect on quality of life and lifespan.

Do you have life goals?

When it comes to saving, much of the talk centres around saving for retirement. But there are plenty of other savings goals that need to be met at other life stages.

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