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Dining out is becoming increasingly common. Whether it’s for convenience, cost or social reasons, cooking at home with the family is a much less common occurrence than it was in previous generations. The convenience of eating...

This refreshing smoothie is filled with sweet juicy melon that is high in cancer- fighting lycopene and vitamins, and has zero fat and cholesterol. Ingredients 1-2 cups seedless watermelon chunks 1 tablespoon honey 1 tablespoon fresh mint leaves,...

Telomeres are caps at the end of chromosomes that offer protection to chromosomes. Research has identified an association between telomeres and ageing, in that as we age, telomeres become shorter and have less coating. This has...

Coffee is a widely consumed beverage around the world and people drink coffee for a number of reasons. The most common reason may well be for its perceived ability to help fight fatigue and stimulate us...

In an increasingly busy world, sedentary behaviour – that is sitting for long periods of time – has become common. People often work long hours at their desk and wind down with time spent in front...

Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes and is largely lifestyle driven. It’s estimated that around 1.7 million Australians have diabetes, 85% of whom have type 2. Risk factors for type 2 diabetes...

The reason women have pap smears is to detect pre-cancerous changes in the surface of the cervix so they can either be watched or treated, depending on how far down the road to cancer they’ve...

This recipe is an easy version of a classic vegetable dish. The eggplant (aubergine) should be firm and glossy. When past their prime they are soft and tend to have a bitter taste. This can...

Peanut allergy is one of the most severe food allergies, affecting around three in every 100 children. There is currently no con rmed treatment to prevent or cure allergic reactions to peanuts and the allergy is...