Savvy-Young People

As part of Savvy’s ongoing research into the financial wellbeing of Australians, we look at the latest numbers on the plans of young people after they finish secondary education. 9% of school-leavers say going to university is their ultimate plan for after high school 8% of all respondents said theyRead More →

Incognito mode is not so private

Google has failed to have a proposed class-action lawsuit quashed that alleges the company violated user privacy by collecting data in Incognito browser modes. The company may now have to fight against user privacy violation claims in court. The lawsuit, originally filed in June 2020, claims that Google tracks and collects consumerRead More →

Nudity improves sleep

Globally, how to sleep is Googled nearly four million times per month. We know certain activities before bed can help relax us (, but can we improve our sleep quality with everyday variables such as pyjamas? We can say nudity improves sleep. With so many styles to choose from, expertsRead More →

Heart Health Foods that keep you healthy

It is never too late to commit to caring for our most precious organ. Heart disease remains the number one killer in the Western world. Cardiovascular disease, or more accurately coronary artery disease (CAD), kills more Americans each year than cancer and respiratory diseases combined, according to the American HeartRead More →

Kidney patient blood pressure medications

Patients with chronic kidney disease who stop using a class of common blood pressure medications may lower their risk for dialysis, but they also raise their odds of cardiovascular disease, a new study finds. The blood pressure medicines in question are called renin-angiotensin system inhibitors (RAS inhibitors), which include bothRead More →

Instagram famous Stars

Research is out on how to become famous on social media, especially Instagram. It is all in your stars. Can you believe it? Read on. People with the sign of Cancer are potentially the luckiest when it comes to becoming Instagram famous, with 30% of celebs falling into this starRead More →

Ablation recommended over medications for A-fib

If you or someone you know has a heart condition called Atrial fibrillation (a-fib, or AF), then you must read on. There are medications doctors prescribe to treat the condition. Then there is a procedure called Cardioversion – in which doctors give electric shock to the patient on his/her heartRead More →

Blood Pressure medications not effective

Standard medications used to treat hypertension don’t control blood pressure (hypertension) in almost 60 per cent of patients according to new research. Researchers at the Dobney Hypertension Centre – a joint venture between The University of Western Australia, RPH Research Foundation and Royal Perth Hospital – discovered this during anRead More →