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 →

Weight loss surgery

Around a third of Australians are obese and some require surgery to help with weight loss. However the surgery can change the way medicines work. In Australian Prescriber, weight loss experts Dr Teresa Girolamo and Rosemary Allin from Adelaide discuss how the doses of some medicines may need to be changedRead More →

Bipolar disorder

A brain imaging study of young people at high risk of developing bipolar disorder has for the first time found evidence of weakening connections between key areas of the brain in late adolescence. Up until now, medical researchers knew that bipolar disorder was associated with reduced communication between brain networksRead 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 →

Dogs dress up to raise funds and win prizes

Petember – Australia’s biggest charity doggie dress-up competition – has arrived! This special event is calling all dog fashionistas and their “hoomans” to get dressed for good – raising funds and awareness for assistance dogs for kids in need. Over the month of September, four-legged SuPAW heroes from across theRead More →

Not wester but Fruit and Veggie diet to fight depression

Researchers at UNSW Sydney’s Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) have revealed new insight into the connection between nutrition and depression in adults aged 45 years and older. Western diet in over 45s seems to be a contributor. The review, published in Ageing Research Reviews, indicates a beneficial relationship between higher intakesRead More →