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Being a vegan or vegetarian is often a difficult task as many supermarkets and restaurants fail to offer a selection of foods suitable for those who don’t eat meat or animal derivatives. However, some individuals noticed a ‘hole’ in the Adelaide market and have opened eateries and specialty food stores completely dedicated to these lifestyles. CELESTE VILLANI reports.
Concussion is a serious and sometimes life-threatening head injury – but too often the seriousness is not recognised by sports people. STEPHANIE KONATAR 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.
There is a new craze sweeping the world – and it’s no laughing matter – it’s laughter yoga. Regular laughter is essential for improving psychological and physical wellbeing, most children laugh over 300 times a day, whilst adults only manage around 15 to 20 laughs. PHOEBE HAYMES reports.
The need for an increase in community awareness or fundraising events is made evident as South Australians welcome the upcoming Color Run and its promotion of health and happiness, writes DANELLA SMITH.
Not so long ago, if you ever caught an Australian male in a yoga class, you would probably accurately assume that he had been forced there by his overenthusiastic missus. Nowadays, even despite the feminine stigma that is associated with yoga, more men are choosing to roll out their yoga mats as a way of fast-tracking their gym progress. CELESTE VILLANI discovers why yoga has become the newest craze for body conscious men.
54 per cent of University of South Australia (UniSA) students at Magill Campus prefer showering at night than in the morning on the basis of hygiene reasons, according to a survey conducted at Magill’s Aroma Cafe. IONA MACLEAN reports.
Since the beautiful introduction of the smart phone into our lives (thanks Apple), along with check-ins, irrelevant Tweets and Instagram, we can now add ‘personal trainer’ to the list of things we can do without any human interaction. SOPHIE FIEGERT reports.
Holidays come with the usual warnings: road safety, break-ins and weight gain; but during this time it is easy to forget about pets and the issues surrounding them this Easter. STEPHANIE KONATAR reports.
The popularity of boot camp style group workouts, True Grit obstacle course style training and the elite and intense CrossFit training has skyrocketed in recent years, writes STEPHANIE KONATAR.