By The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) World Cancer Day 2019 highlights the need for urgent action to increase early stage cancer detection, screening, and diagnosis to significantly improve cancer patients’ chances of survival. Taking place under the theme of ‘I Am and I Will’, today’s World Cancer Day led by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), … [Read more...] about World Cancer Day 2019: Global cancer experts call for urgent action to improve early cancer detection
Zoe Bingley-Pullin is a nutritionist and an internationally trained chef, and previously worked in the South of France. Deborah interviewed Zoe for our orginal Pursuit of Balance series and she gave us some time-less advice that is just as relevant today as it was in 2012. Zoe is also a passionate writer and the author of Eat Taste Nourish which is a practical book focusing … [Read more...] about Zoe’s 5 simple steps to daily balance
In case you missed that time I did a TEDx talk on this very topic earlier this year. Click here to watch ‘Indulge Your Neurobiology’. This news just came through my feed and consolidates (consolidates, get it!? #badneurojoke) what I said: research suggests that receiving rewards as you learn can help cement new facts and skills in your memory, particularly when combined with … [Read more...] about A nap to recap. How daytime sleep improves recall.
A national survey by Australia's national science agency has revealed how the health of older Australians could suffer if they don't flex their muscles at least twice a week. The survey of more than 5,600 CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet subscribers found 65 per cent of people aged 51-70 years, and 86 per cent of people over 71, did not think resistance exercise was important for … [Read more...] about Flex your muscles to live longer and happier
More and more Australians are turning to alternative and complementary medicine to treat chronic ailments rather than reaching for prescriptions and pill bottles. The 2018 report from Complementary Medicines Australia confirmed that 8.1 million Australians are regular consumers of alternative medicine, with further growth projected. Australian women in particular have … [Read more...] about Alternative medicine and why it’s becoming so popular