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When you’ve battled through the day with a heavy cold, all you want to do at night is collapse into a solid sleep. Frustratingly, sleep can be hard to come by when you are sniffling and snuffling through the wee hours. Here’s some good advice on how to set yourself up for a decent sleep – in spite of your cold.
Sugars are carbohydrates and like all carbohydrates, they provide a source of energy in your diet. Small amounts of sugars won’t do you any harm – but eat too much and you could come up against some health problems. Here’s what you need to know to keep on track with the sweet stuff.
If you’re neither hot nor puffed and you are sweating excessively, sweating in strange places or producing an unpleasant smell, then there could be a health issue to consider.
Australians are no strangers to colds, with the average adult catching up to four colds every year. Kids fare much worse, suffering through as many as 10 bouts of the sniffles.
It makes sense that as the human race has evolved, our physical selves have too. But unlike normal theories of evolution, we may have actually been doing more damage than advancement when it comes to our feet.
Allergies are increasingly common in Australia. They range from pesky but mild problems like hay fever through to allergies that can have serious consequences including anaphylaxis. If you’re bothered by anything from pollen to peanuts, don’t feel like an outsider – you’re definitely not the only one!
Footy, soccer, netball, rugby, skiing – winter sports are action-packed. There are often bumps, bruises and even breaks to deal with. Equip yourself with these first aid essentials and you’ll be ready when injury strikes.
Q Why do I have bloodshot eyes?
There’s a new super food group on wellness experts’ radar, and it’s one that you’re probably already eating as part of your daily diet.
Luke and Scott share a nutrient-packed, mood-lifting roast pork belly dish with a crunchy raw beetroot and apple salad.