Archive for Category: "Health"
Living most of our lives between four walls can be draining and uninspiring, so more Australians are taking up trail running to get their blood pumping away from the city. TOM JOHNSON reports.
Despite the onset of winter, the hiking track from Waterfully Gully to Mount Lofty is as popular as ever among Adelaide’s fitness fanatics, with many powering through the thick fog blanketing the mountaintop for an early morning trek. KATE BUDZYNSKI writes.
On 21 June Adelaide will play host to His Holiness the Dalai Lama when he gives his sold-out public talk, The Quest for Happiness, at the Adelaide Convention Centre. EMILY ERICKSON writes.
Supermarket customers are more alert than ever to food standards after the recent events involving Port Noarlunga South Foodland. ALEXANDRA STOPFORD reports.
This winter thousands of Australians will miss out on health and dental care, education, employment opportunities and food simply because they can’t afford it, but one organisation is helping to break this trend. ELEISA HANCOCK reports.
Exposure to sunlight is critical in the development of the eye, according to a recent study by the University of Sydney. CHRISTOPHER MUNKER reports.
Over half of young South Australian women are not having regular pap smears, putting them at a greater risk of leaving cervical cancer undetected. MELISSA KEOGH reports.
One in four people experience anxiety but do not recognise the symptoms. BETH EXCELL reports.
2010, the Australian Bureau of Statistics found that there were over 6 million people volunteering annually in Australia, representing 36 per cent of the adult population. MELISSA BERMINGHAM reports.
Gone are the days when women aspired to look like stick-thin Victoria’s Secret models. Instead, many are now embracing their bodies and striving for fit and muscular physiques. CELESTE VILLANI finds out why many young women are living by the mantra that ‘strong is the new skinny.’