Hypnotherapy and weight-loss
Cassy Small Hypnotherapy can unlock the potential of the mind to promote and sustain weight loss, according to a new book.
Tips and tricks
Susie Burrell We hear it time and time again, the more exercise you do, the better it is for your metabolism, your body and your mind.
Charmaine Yabsley Get your five-a-side together and shoot for a great workout, writes Charmaine Yabsley.
Paula Goodyer Commercial baby food has its place - but for training babies to eat a wide range of foods, home cooking is best.
Charmaine Yabsley Pumping iron regularly assists weight loss and strengthens bones.
Sarah Berry Cupcakes make our brains sparkle. Seriously. But can we teach them to do the dopamine dance for brussel sprouts instead?
Jesinta Campbell reveals her training tips for The Canberra Times Fun Run on September 7.
Get ready for summer
Livia Gamble Winter is just about over and as hard as we tried, some of us became victims of the cold. We exercised less and stayed in bed more.
Paula Goodyer There’s growing evidence that what we do to boost our health on the inside can improve how we look on the outside too.
Quelle horreur. Even an angel eats.
The fat fad
Theo Chapman At 5am, before he begins his six-hour training session, Tim Reed tucks into a breakfast of four eggs, sausages, full-fat yoghurt and some nuts washed down with a “bulletproof”...
Dr Peter Steidl Neuroscientist Dr Peter Steidl explains how we can overcome our brain's barriers to achieve our weight loss goals for good.
Olivia Parker Helen Mirren swears by a 12-minute fitness plan, but will it work for everyone
Paula Goodyer It’s never easy when someone you love becomes dependent on a drug – but in the case of ice, you also have to cope with their chaotic behaviour.
New Aussie invention
Rachel Clun Exercising self-control can be hard, especially when it comes resisting your favourite guilty pleasures.
Sarah Berry You might be the envy of your mates as you make a meal out of meat pies and Messina while still slipping into your skinny jeans.
Susie Burrell If you exercise regularly, you will know the feeling of intense hunger that can accompany regular high-intensity workouts – that need to eat something immediately if not sooner and usually...
Strong at every age
Paula Goodyer If you still see exercise as an optional extra, not a health essential, science is finding more reasons to change your mind - including new research that suggests strong muscles are good medicine.
Paula Goodyer If you think exercise is an optional extra, this could change your mind
Gretchen Reynolds Exercise not only appears to keep skin younger, it may also even reverse skin ageing in people who start exercising late in life, according to surprising new research.