25 November 2020
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Near Death Experiences

For as long as humans could reason, a major question that has been the centre of ongoing debate has been what happens when you die?

The benefits of 40 winks

It is estimated that a third of the world’s population suffer a degree of insomnia.

Poly pill for heart attack survivors

For a number of years, many experts in the cardiology world have been spruiking the potential benefits of a 'cure-all' poly pill with multiple cardiac medications in the one pill.

Motorists enjoy cheaper petrol

After an unusually long discounting cycle, pump prices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane peaked last week and have retreated sharply over recent days – supporting the fall in the national average price.

My mum bought a Jeep

Car numbers continue to out-pace population growth.

Contraceptive Microchip

In my opinion, all major crises on this planet are linked to one key issue – in my view, it all comes down to the central fact that there are far too many people on the planet.

How common is chronic disease?

A recent report has suggested that one in two US adults suffer some form of chronic disease. And, surprise, surprise, the report goes on to suggest that the bulk of these conditions could be prevented by the affected individual taking more responsibility for their health.

Petrol prices poised to fall, lifting spirits

Petrol prices up: According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, the national average Australian price of petrol rose by 3.6 cents per litre to 157.3 cents a litre in the week to July 20.

5 steps to sleep soundly

People who go to bed late and wake up early on a regular basis will experience constant fatigue, difficulty concentrating, memory disturbance and if this becomes extreme, irritability and even hallucinations. 
 



Vital importance of good quality and quantity sleep

I have written before about the vital importance and increasing emphasis on good quality and quantity sleep.

e-Cigarettes: what you need to know

Having just returned from Europe, I was reminded of just how many people around the globe continue to smoke.

Screening the genome of newborn infants: right or wrong?

An article by Canadian researchers in the journal “Science Translational Medicine” raised the entire issue of screening the genome of newborn infants.

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