World Chocolate Day - California walnut and Chocolate Smores

Indulge in temptation this 7th of July and celebrate World Chocolate Day with California Walnuts. Add these crunchy and nutrition powerhouses to your desserts, and immerse yourself in sweet nutty delights like never before! Here are some delectable chocolate desserts that will win your hearts straightaway! BBQ Chocolate & CaliforniaRead More →

Echuca woman - wins $40 Million

An Echuca woman confessed her whole body went numb at the revelation she’d become $40 million richer after winning division one in last night’s Powerball draw. The victorious Echuca woman held the only division one winning entry nationally in Powerball draw 1394 on Thursday, 2 February, and took home theRead More →

ICU patient - Gender affects survival

Women are more likely to die in intensive care from male-dominated conditions, including cardiac issues, than men. And men are also worse of if they end up in ICU with conditions normally associated with women’s health. These are the findings of a study involving almost 1.5 million Australian and NewRead More →

Heart Health

Heart disease is a leading cause of death worldwide. As you grow and age, looking after your heart becomes more and more vital. Here are some foods to include in your diet for a healthy heart. Leafy Greens You saw this one coming. Vegetables like kale, spinach, beet greens, collardRead More →

McDonald's Restaurants run out of milk

Who would have thought McDonald’s Restaurants would run out milk, and thus shakes? If this COVID pandemic and its new normal was not hitting home hard enough, the post-Brexit EU realities have hit Britain even harder. Under the new arrangement, the government implemented changes to the immigration rules and stoppedRead More →

stay energized

Experts say it’s easy to stay energized if you sleep eight hours a night, exercise and stretch for an hour a day, eat unprocessed, natural foods, don’t drink alcohol to excess, and have a positive attitude. Of course, these things are easier said than done. And they are much easier whenRead More →

Education can lead to longevity says a study

A four-year college degree is becoming the key to living a longer life in the United States, a new study reported by HealthDay argues. In fact, education appears to be a more potent factor in determining lifespan leading to longevity now than race, researchers say. In the study, white andRead More →

tea lower blood pressure

If a nice hot cup of tea sounds good to you, there’s even more reason to enjoy one now. Scientists have gained new insight into how tea helps lower blood pressure, perhaps pointing the way to new types of blood pressure medications. The researchers found that certain compounds in bothRead More →