What is an Exercise Physiologist?

An Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) holds a four-year equivalent university degree and specialises in the exercise and movement for the prevention and management of chronic diseases and injuries. AEPs provide support for people with: obesity cardiovascular disease diabetes osteoporosis and arthritis mental… Continue Reading >

You Never Imagine That You Will Be “The One”… But What if You Were? | Alex Hamilton | Ep 205

Today’s interview comes with a disclaimer, on one of the most difficult topics to talk about: that being of unintentional childhood injury. We’ll also discuss the most common childhood injuries in and around the home, their prevention along with the… Continue Reading >

The 4 S’s of Choking Prevention

When it comes to choking, prevention is always better than cure. We can’t and shouldn’t wrap our kids up in cotton wool either – otherwise we would still be feeding our teens puree! Choking accidents do happen, and it is… Continue Reading >

Consent Education Needs to Start Early | Kari Sutton | Ep 155

  Consent has most certainly been the hot of 2021 so far. If you’re a parent who would like helpful tips on how to talk with your children about consent, you’re in the right place Today we aim to help you… Continue Reading >

Pandemic sees a shift in Aussie dog owner priorities from pampering to prevention

Aussie dog owners to spend more on their dog’s health than appearance 8 in 10 Aussies will prioritise their dog’s health over their appearance Nearly all dog lovers (92%) say preventative health is a priority for their dog and family… Continue Reading >

Almost 80% of serious burns and scalds to young children occur in the home.

Experts are urging parents and carers to be vigilant and take action to reduce the risks of burns and scalds this winter, a time of heightened burns risk. The call comes at the beginning of National Burns Awareness Month– an… Continue Reading >

Cradle Cap Facts by Antonette Golikidis

What is cradle cap? Cradle cap is a skin condition (a type of seborrheic dermatitis) that commonly affects babies for the first few months of life. It sometimes lasts longer and occasionally even adults can get it. Unlike other forms… Continue Reading >