Lissa Christopher is a Journalist for Fairfax Media.
Lissa Christopher Fish are smart, social and find plants an interesting diversion. Who knew?
Lissa Christopher Searching for a new mate? Know the truth about cats and dogs.
Compiled by Lissa Christopher The best way to clean a dummy may be to pop it in your mouth.
Lissa Christopher When the life-loving heeler cross developed bone cancer, his owner faced an agonising decision.
Lissa Christopher Acupuncture can reduce hay fever symptoms, new research shows.
Lissa Christopher Rage's short-term impacts can have dire long-term consequences.
Lissa Christopher A reliance on gifts to appease and reward children could be harming their development, writes Lissa Christopher.
Compiled By Lissa Christopher From goggles to kefir yoghurt, five things to add to the sum of your experiences.
Lissa Christopher Overweight pets can suffer from diabetes and arthritis, so if you really love them, put them on a diet.
Lissa Christopher When it comes to the urge to eat junk food or avoid exercise, acceptance and commitment therapy says: don't fight it, resistance is futile.
Lissa Christopher I'm still waiting for buttered toast, roast potatoes and the first drops of rain on hot concrete to be bottled as eau de parfums. Preferably in schmick bottles.
Lissa Christopher The Prince of Wales was treated to a show of the best in Aussie wool - as designed by a shy year 10 student.
Lissa Christopher For sophisticated and approachable recipes look no further.
Matt Buchanan and Lissa Christopher TOM hasn't seen Suri for 60 days. Tom needs to see Suri. Tom quits Scientology. Is it to see Suri?
Lissa Christopher Do health scare campaigns work, or just stigmatise the problem?
Secrets of salt
Lissa Christopher Even eating a simple ham and cheese sandwich can put you over the recommended daily limit.
Lissa Christopher Breads and biscuits
Lissa Christopher It has become virtually impossible to buy locally-made glace fruit, a reader lamented to Good Living recently. And it's true.
Lissa Christopher Cancer should be concerned for its future. There are so many passionate, clever researchers looking at ways to contain, destroy and prevent it that its capacity for wreaking havoc on human lives...
Lissa Christopher KNOWN as ''super pups'', they unload washing machines, turn on coffee makers, fetch items from the fridge and lift spirits with their tail-wagging affection.