With the pro-gaming industry set to be worth $1.5B by 2020, many are noting the extremely short (and often miserable) careers of those who compete.
The overeating season is upon us. However, there is a way where we can food binge and not hate ourselves afterwards.
It’s a fact, we all have a limited amount of time on this planet. Everything we do is powered by this fear. But, living life by the tick of the clock is not really living at all.
In 2018, I discovered that I suffer from depression. But, that’s ok. I’ve learned that help is not an abstract concept, nor is it a manifestation of weakness.
The Morrison government has announced a transformative health program that will promise “more doctors, nurses and services”, there might be a caveat, however.
All hail the coffee nap: biology’s way of telling you it’s okay to be a lazy caffeine junkie.
According to a new report, one in four of us are lonely. It’s a growing Australian condition, one that is often hard to measure, but it should be included in the discussion of mental health.
Over in Canada, patients are treated with a heavy dose of free art. Considering the true value of the form against our everyday ailments, more of it, I say.
The question of coffee is always a ‘when’ as opposed to an ‘if’. But when is the best time to give into our cocoa lover?
This week, the tampon tax fell, and the politicians claimed the victory. But those who truly won it, know that there is so much more that needs to be done.
Whether we accept it or not, the commute to and from work is now part of our working day. Is there any way to reverse the trend, or is it now a reality of modern life?
Cutting out the middleman, one Sydney gym is now offering a rigorous Photoshop training regime to help their clients get that summer body they always wanted. A Sydney gym is embracing digital enhancement by offering photoshop courses to its members. “Many of our clients who’ve had good results at the gym exercising are…
Michael Marmot has discovered an important societal aspect. Those of higher station enjoy a greater standard of health. Lifestyle has little to do with it.
We’ve all attempted the digital detox, but there’s a reason why it doesn’t stick. We need to manage our addiction, not just go cold turkey.
I’m down for an evening Netflix, but only to chill. I’ve long passed watching the movies on the platform, now I solely use the menu to binge-watch mindfulness.
As we creep closer to summer, our attention again turns to body standards. It is, in effect, the perfect illusion of exclusive inclusivity.
Tiny robots that heal you absolutely exist, but they’re indirect. Thanks to the pioneering minds in the US, we’re ever closer to being assisted by nanomachines. Yay?
In the modern age, the commute is often used as a space to squeeze extra work in. Despite it feeling logical, it speaks to the toxic workplace culture that has quietly taken us over.
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Eloise (10) examines cancer after her schoolmate succumbed to it.
‘Self-care’ is a term that has swelled into a lunchtime utopia. We scale mountains, we take photos of ourselves, we daytime drink. All of this is an unhelpful sidestep.
Losing weight is not difficult, breaking our small habits is. One study has articulated the triggers that we need to break if we’re going to free ourselves from the cycle.
In the wake of a Demi Lovato-like incident, posts on social media offer a brutal, honest snapshot of the person then, and the person now.