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How to prevent insomnia

How to prevent insomnia

It’s 2am and you’re staring at the ceiling instead of snoozing. Maybe it all started with a simple bathroom call. Yet, here you are with the morning alarm marching closer and no amount of sheep-counting or pillow-thumping is making a bit of difference. Instead, you’re thinking about things such as ...

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How to give blood

How to give blood

Giving blood is one of the most worthwhile things you can do, yet not enough Aussies are doing it. In Australia there are currently 1 in 3 people who need blood, but only 1 in 30 people are donating. Patients require blood for a range a reasons from cancer to ...

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How to be more decisive

How to be more decisive

Full-fat, skim, almond or soy milk? Friend’s birthday or husband’s work dinner? Job promotion or more time with the family? We’re constantly being asked to choose how to spend our time, our money and our attention. The “plugged-in” nature of modern life only intensifies this – and that’s before you ...

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How a rocking chair can help you heal

How a rocking chair can help you heal

In 1955, former US president John F Kennedy was prescribed a rocking chair by his doctor to alleviate his chronic back pain. JFK found it so effective that he took one on Air Force One, used one at Camp David and also on his family estate.JFK’s doctor was on to ...

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Tips on how to work from home effectively

Tips on how to work from home effectively

A one minute commute sounds great but working from home can sometimes mean that you don’t get through your to-do list quite as effectively as you would if you were sitting at a desk in an office. However armed with the right productivity strategies, you’ll be breezing through your work ...

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Need a memory boost? Try repeating out loud

Need a memory boost? Try repeating out loud

With day-to-day stresses on the up, it’s no surprise that people’s memories are starting to fail – we can’t remember all the things, can we? And while the right amount of sleep, food and exercise can help improve memory, a new study suggests that repeating things out loud can be ...

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