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The important reason you’re seeing FFS everywhere

This week, Lung Foundation Australia have launched FFS, which stands for ‘Free From Stigma’, after seeing the daily impact of systemic stigma surrounding lung cancer. Over 12,700 Australians were newly diagnosed with lung cancer in 2018 and approximately half of those living with lung cancer experience distress, anxiety or depression, …

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‘Freezing my eggs is proactive’

The Love Island Australia host and former Bachelorette, 39, opens up about her battle with endometriosis and her key to staying in shape. Freezing my eggs is proactive My motto is: if you can put out a fire before it starts, then do it. That’s why I recently had my …

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Ex-tennis star Jelena Dokic reveals 40kg body transformation

This article first appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission. Former tennis star Jelena Dokic has showed off her epic body transformation after losing an incredible 38kg since October. The 35-year-old — who retired in 2014 — claimed she was too ashamed to leave her house after reaching …

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Studies show that eating after 8 pm makes you fat

We’ve all had days where busy mornings build into even busier afternoons which result in a late commute home and an internal struggle in front of the open fridge at 9pm at night as to whether eating a full dinner right before going to bed is really a good idea …

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The danger of a ‘cheat day’ on the Keto diet

A study has revealed that factoring ‘cheat days’ into your diet could have serious negative consequences for your body that stretch beyond falling short of weight loss goals. The new research, published by the University of British Columbia Okanagan campus, revealed that taking even just one ‘cheat day’ while on …

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Sync your workout to your menstrual cycle

This article originally appeared on Healthista and is republished here with permission. A staggering 72 per cent of women have never received any education about exercise and their period, a new global survey of over 14,000 women has found. A team of researchers from St Mary’s University and FitrWoman (menstrual …

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