In a world-first study, Australian researchers are investigating why one out of three stroke victims - even when they appear to make a good recovery - slide into dementia.
Australia's leading anti-tobacco campaigner claims the NSW government has gone too far in forcing its outdoor smoking reforms onto vulnerable psychiatric patients held in public hospitals.
Parks and bushland are not just a soothing escape from the city grind - they also encourage people to exercise harder and more often.
Australian food manufacturers and suppliers are pushing to increase the amount of gluten allowed in so-called ''gluten-free'' foods which thousands of people with digestive problems rely on.
Jenny Crandell was diagnosed with coeliac disease when she was 30. Now 39, she recently learnt her oldest child, Rachel, 6, is also coeliac.
Word is that Kate Middleton is considering HypnoBirthing when she delivers the new heir to the throne.
The growing abuse of the commonly prescribed anxiety and insomnia drug alprazolam has led the peak body for drug regulation in Australia to more tightly restrict its prescription.
Research suggests anorexia sufferers may fare better if doctors stop trying to get them to gain weight and put their focus elsewhere.
Australia is up there with the world's fattest countries. What are the thinner, healthier countries doing right?
There were surely many splashes of sunshine for Sister Mary Hereward, a Josephite Sister, when she returned to ...
St Joseph’s Primary School student Richard Kelly was due to represent the Western Region Cross Country Team at ...
The Red Cross Rye Park Boorowa branch held its annual conference on Tuesday May 21, 2013 at the ...
Last Friday the Weekend Warriors - rugged up in coats, boots and scarves - headed for Kiama.
The Boorowa Rugby Club’s Annual Charity Ladies Day 2013 celebrated ‘Our Vibrant Community’, and was organised to raise ...
Green and gold glory
Last weekend the Australian Tentpegging competition was held at Young Showground.