With a recent study claiming that no-one is immune to exercise, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to create a new list of excuses to escape those pesky fitness obligations.
Letting go is not just a state of mind, I discovered. It’s an arduous process of imcremental improvement.
I love my GP. So how come a billion brains are making all the decisions about my health instead?
As the festive season brought my family together over the holidays, an unexpected byproduct was the criticism I faced for losing weight.
According to the minds of science, those joggers you regularly (read: disdainfully) cross paths with actually reach a higher mental capacity than us normies. Show offs.
Traumatic memories are often placed in the rear-view mirror instead of under the microscope, but how do you work through trauma without it overcoming you? Well…
We’re on holidays, but now what? With Christmas out of the way, I have a simple system to maximise the time off and understand the art of slowing down.
Four-year-old Sydneysider Libby Nagel needs to relocate to the US to continue the treatment of her cancer. Her family is asking for your help.
Afghanistan has been under the boot of various conflict since 1978, yet according to scarce medical professionals, PTSD is seldom diagnosed.
Scientists from the UK confirm Facebook updates are providing invaluable insight into mental health disorders.
A recent study purports that having dinner early, or skipping it entirely, is the key to weight loss. But is it true?
With the male birth control trial now dead, I say we release the drug as is, and share the responsibility – side-effects and all.
A recent study has emerged from the depths of science, claiming that the fussy eating habits our children could be down to genetic makeup.
Nurses who are giving their patients anti-vaccination advice could be punished under proposed measures. But is it the right move?
A trend in the US has traditional therapy being replaced by counsellors trained in philosophy, who help you through your woes via the words of dead people.
Thanks to our partners at Lifebroker, TBS looks at 50 years of the anti-smoking campaign, and how quitting early can be a healthy decision not only for your lungs.
As it turns out, according to science, the most anti-social of us are in fact the most ready for adulthood. Take that, outside people.
With fitness, there are no shortcuts – but there are an absolute right and wrong way to achieve the goals you seek for Summer.
Everyone’s least favourite superfood has been stigmatised by culture, but let’s not go with the flock. Kale chips are different, but excellent!
The mental health service in this country needs help, but it can be fixed internally – with no extra funding.
After finding myself on the receiving end of rather vicious cyber harassment, I learned revenge is a dish best served with coffee.