Wellbeing News

Tue 14 Aug 2018

Rural programs help health service provider claim top award

Rural programs help health service provider claim top award

A SPECIALIST health service provider that keeps seniors living and staying active in their community for longer has been awarded a top award in Australia.

Mon 2 Jul 2018

Steer clear: Doctor warns of health check-ups at chemists

Steer clear: Doctor warns of health check-ups at chemists

PHARMACISTS and GPs are at loggerheads over whether patients should undergo health checks at their local chemist shops.

Wed 20 Jun 2018

Blow the winter blues away and get active

Blow the winter blues away and get active

INSTEAD of hibernating as the cold weather settles in, why not use the cool of winter to get yourself active again using these warming tips.

Thu 14 Jun 2018

Move to the Groove helps treat dementia

Move to the Groove helps treat dementia

MOVE to the Groove is a highly engaging, social and collaborative dance program for people living with dementia in the Central Coast.

Sat 2 Jun 2018

Herbal remedies: Top tea recipes to beat winter ailments

Herbal remedies: Top tea recipes to beat winter ailments

THERE’S nothing quite like holding a warm cup of herbal tea in your hands. Not only does it make you feel cosy but a cup of tea is enough to warm the soul, too.

Wed 30 May 2018

South Australian bank goes dementia-friendly

South Australian bank goes dementia-friendly

BANKSA is taking the lead among the banks in South Australia by implementing a range of measures to make its branches dementia-friendly for its customers.

Fri 25 May 2018

Death education: Doctors want 'taboo' subject in schools

Death education: Doctors want 'taboo' subject in schools

QUEENSLAND doctors are calling for death education to be taught in the classroom in a bid to demystify the processes of ageing and dying.

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