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Whether it’s quality physiotherapy, rewarding exercise or effective treatment of conditions such as arthritis and chronic pain, Canberra is home to many experts passionate about improving health.
The body mass index can’t tell us if we’re healthy. RACHAEL JEFFERSON-BUCHANAN outlines what can...
Why do do people who fall asleep on the sofa find they're wide awake when they get to bed? MADELINE SPRAJCER and SALLY FERGUSON know why.
With 10 stores throughout Canberra and NSW, Benchmark Sleep Services’ owner Christian Rabatsch says success has come from a focus on the patient, not sales.
To learn more about Women’s Health Week, “CityNews” spoke with some experts across Canberra who have tips, insights and advice to help women lead healthier lives.
Modern living has its dangers, says cartoonist PAUL DORIN.
Is red meat bad for you? And does it make a difference if it’s a processed burger or a lean steak, asks KATHERINE LIVINGSTONE.
Does artificial sweetener aspartame really cause cancer? EVANGELINE MANTZIORIS looks at what the WHO listing might mean for diet soft drink consumers.
For National Pain Week “CityNews” speaks to some of Canberra’s experts in understanding and treating pain.
“It’s important to know your status as viral hepatitis affects your liver,” says Hepatitis ACT executive director SARAH AHMED.
How do I stop my mind racing and get some sleep? Sounds familiar? ALEXANDER SWEETMAN may have some answers.
Preventing weight gain from early adulthood could reduce knee replacements in Australian adults by almost 30 per cent and save the health system $373 million a year, according to new research.
"While eating 180 calories worth of nuts is the same as eating 180 calories of pizza in terms of energy intake, the way these foods are absorbed and how they affect the body is very different.
A new study shows a daily multivitamin may boost memory function in some people, although the results don't change recommendations about use of the supplements, writes JONEL ALECCIA.
Abstinence month charity Dry July has raised $82 million for Australian cancer charities since it was founded 15 years ago over a couple of cold ones in a pub.
Certain garlic varieties grown in Australia can reduce the infectiousness of COVID-19 and influenza, according to world-first Australian research.
Hair loss is a frustrating and confidence-draining experience that affects millions of people worldwide, and Canberra is no exception, says JENNA CHAN.
It’s no surprise exercise is one of the first things we turn to when we decide it’s time to lose weight, writes NICK FULLER.
Does menopause put on weight? No, but it’s complicated, says NICK FULLER.