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Continually working in a seated position can be bad for your health.

Is your work harming you?

April 12, 2020

With office jobs on the rise, Australian activity levels have hit an all-time low. Statistics show 50% of Australians work in a job position that involves being sedentary for over eight hours. Safe ...

Pharmacy medication flying off the shelves amid Covid-19 panic buying.

Coronavirus sparks medication panic-buying

March 27, 2020

The number of Coronavirus cases are increasing every day, and despite calls for calm, people are panic buying – a trend that is now hitting chemists. In the first few weeks of the pandemic, items...

10 Tips to survive GTM

10 Tips to survive GTM

May 10, 2018

With Groovin the Moo festival arriving in Bunbury in just under a week, you’ve got your outfit sorted, your accommodation booked and you’ve figured out what artists you're going to see, so now would...

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The truth about apple cider vinegar

May 3, 2018

David “Avocado” Wolfe claims that there are 10 "amazing" benefits of consuming Apple Cider Vinegar before going to bed. Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is created when you leave apples and in water at...

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Veganism, is it worth it?

April 12, 2018

Vegan diets are becoming ever more popular and widespread throughout the western culture. With the trend correlating with a wealthy and healthy lifestyle. Veganism is a diet where the consumer consumes...

Jamie’s Ministry of Food-Mobile Kitchen parked at ECU, Mt Lawley.

Mobile kitchen pops up at ECU

October 22, 2017

For several weeks, the presence of a large vehicle in the car park has puzzled students at Edith Cowan University in Mt Lawley. ECU Daily saw this as an opportunity to investigate and educate. Kristy...

Clean hands for clean health

Clean hands for clean health

October 22, 2017

Look around you. Some of the people you see probably don’t wash their hands often enough.  The most common side effect of this is the increased risk of catching gastro or the flu, among many others. ...

Cancer rates accumulating over generations

Cancer rates accumulating over generations

October 16, 2017

New research from the University of Adelaide has suggested that the higher rates of cancer seen in developed countries are a result of relaxed natural selection. After cardiovascular diseases, cancer...

Bananas protect against strokes

Bananas protect against strokes

October 16, 2017

New research by the University of Alabama has shown that the potassium in bananas could play a part in preventing heart attacks and strokes. An article published on 5 October in the peer-review journal...

Children losing physical literacy

Children losing physical literacy

October 9, 2017

Half of the kids in year six in Australian schools haven’t mastered fundamental movement skills, such as throwing, kicking or leaping. According to a report released by the Australian Sporting Commission...

Ethical eating explored

Ethical eating explored

October 9, 2017

The Perth Multicultural Vegan and Vegetarian Food Fair is being held on October 22 at the South Perth Community Centre where plant-based dieters will get the upper hand of options for once. According...

Designing cooler diabetes devices

Designing cooler diabetes devices

October 9, 2017

A group of New Zealand researchers have teamed up with young type 1 diabetes sufferers, to design discreet medical devices to help them feel more comfortable managing their diabetes. Design PhD stude...

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