Why is exercise important for kids?

Physical activity in children is important for a wide variety of reasons. It helps to reduce overweight and obesity increases strength in muscles and bones and can even improve concentration at school. Exercise is a vital component of any child’s… Continue Reading >

Children and Technology

In the age of technology and social media, children and adolescents are now less likely to be physically active. Research has indicated that living a sedentary lifestyle (e.g. not being physically active and playing video games or watching television) can… Continue Reading >

True or false? Your pregnancy diet can affect your baby’s health for years to come

The short answer? True! And it makes sense – almost everything your baby needs to grow and develop is provided by you. Nutrients that power your body are extracted from food and carried through the placenta into your baby’s bloodstream…. Continue Reading >

ALDI MiniRoos Mighty Menu-Part 2

Many children are engaged in sports and hobbies, in an era where childhood obesity has reached a recored high, regular exercise through sport and play are vitally important for the health of children and teens. Healthy eating supports good exercise… Continue Reading >

Pregnancy Can Uncover Kidney Disease – Dr Shilpa Jesudason

Recently we spoke with Dr Lisa Murphy as Kidney Health Australia has Warned Women Risk of Fertility Issues and miscarriage by remaining unaware of their risk of developing kidney disease.In Part Two of our two-part series, we speak to Dr Shilpa… Continue Reading >

Dr Lisa Murphy Warns Women of Fertility Issues during Kidney Health Week

Australia’s leading kidney health organisation, Kidney Health Australia, has warned that Australian women risk infertility and miscarriage by remaining unaware of their risk of developing kidney disease. Kidney Health Australia Interim CEO Dr Lisa Murphy urged women hoping to start… Continue Reading >