How to Support Veteran Mental Health

While it’s universally recognised that military service can have significant psychological impacts upon veteran mental health, knowing how to provide the right as a friend, loved one or work colleague can be difficult. Use the following points as...

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Everything You Need to Know About Sleep Deprivation

Most of us live in a culture that glorifies busyness. We stay up late to get things done, then we get up early so we can get to work on time. We try not to think about how little sleep we’re getting, how much coffee we’re drinking, and how tired...

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Dementia Care Tips Caregivers Wish They Knew Sooner

Being a caregiver may not be an easy task and may not always come naturally. Some may need training, while others may need a to-do list. Professional caregivers train and study for taking care of the elderly, and they are well-skilled in taking...

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Welcome to the Walk of Wonders!

I am Sophie and I decided to hike the Bibbulmun Track from the 17th of March. It is a 1000 kilometre journey starting in Albany at the bottom of Western Australia, up to Kalamunda, in the Perth hills. It should take me about 2 months – and...

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Links Between Oral Hygiene And Mental Health

Only 51% of Australian adults brush their teeth twice a day as recommended and, consequently, tooth decay is the most common chronic disease in Australia. The country’s Oral Health Tracker report has established significant links between oral...

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The Growing Toll of Mental Illness

Matthew Johnstone was a block away from New York’s twin towers when they collapsed in 2001, leaving him covered in a thick layer of ash. As the high-flying advertising creative director dusted himself off, he thought about the fragility of...

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