Daily Mail Australia
A new Australian business has launched an inventive infrared sauna blanket that is ideal for calorie-burning in lockdown.
Iso skin is real. If you’ve been plagued by breakouts while in isolation, you’re not alone. The chance to give our skin a break from makeup and pollution seemed like a rare but wonderful opportunity, but it hasn’t exactly panned out like that for everyone.
With more of us working from home thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, reaching for a sweet treat from the fridge or pantry just got a whole lot easier. But even just a few extra coffees and snacks during the day can add up if you're not careful, a recent Instagram post has demonstrated.
When it comes to the science, the message is pretty clear: switching to a plant-based diet is one of the best things you can do for both your health and the environment.
Australian Men's Health
It's not unusual for celebrities to jump on the latest fad diet, but we didn't expect such a candid review from Joe Rogan for his recent efforts. The UFC personality has switched things up, giving The Carnivore Diet a go, and let's just say the results have been explosive for all the wrong reasons: Rogan's bowels have been on fire.
Friendly Car Pharmacy
A Coronavirus is a type of virus that affects birds, mammals and humans. It affects the respiratory tract and is usually associated with the common cold, pneumonia, bronchitis and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). Covoid-19 is a new viral strain of a coronavirus. Like all illnesses, there are those who are more at risk of becoming seriously ill - the very young and the very old, those who are immunocompromised, and those with a history of respiratory conditions and illness.
To be clear, the only way to halt the spread of coronavirus is by practising social distancing. So why not take the opportunity to turn your at-home stay into your own self-improvement retreat?
For many of us, achieving a matte T-zone is number one on our beauty wish list. Unlike sprouting wings and flying over our very own money tree, this wish can be achieved…with the right know-how and products.
Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal
The use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has the potential for so much more than skin rejuvenation for cosmetic and aesthetic purposes, says RN, nutritionist and naturopath, Madeline Calfas. by Natalie Drago from Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation. Contributed by Madeline Calfas Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections are a relatively new medical…
Body & Soul
As the health-risks associated with alcohol increase, sober curious is the latest movement gaining traction.
New Zealand Herald
There's plenty of people who dread sleep time. Why? Simply because they struggle to get decent shut eye.