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Heralded as a ''miracle of modern medicine'' when they
were first discovered, antibiotics have been overused for so
long that most have become ineffective.
Sure you're getting enough fibre in your diet, but, ask
David Topping, Arwen Cross and Christopher Hammang, of
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation,
is it the right type?
When it comes to food for fitness, University of Adelaide
exercise and sport science lecturer David Bentley examines
whether it is better to eat before or after exercise.
Regular bedtimes make for well-rested children, writes Sarah
It is time to put warnings on risky food, writes Clare
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Do you suffer from stiff and achy muscles and/or tension
headaches, or is it difficult to reach to the floor to put
your shoes on? All these could be symptomatic of a muscle
dysfunction known as trigger points.
In 1990, Andre Agassi starred in commercials for a camera
Choosing an over-the-counter painkiller is far from
straightforward, writes Michael Vagg.
University of New South Wales lecturer Michael Tam talks
Does the weather affects our mood?, asks Prof Nick Haslam
of the University of Melbourne.
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