Heart disease is the number 1 health threat we all face – claiming thousands of lives every year in Australia. Despite the statistics, heart disease is highly preventable. An estimated 80% of cardiovascular disease including heart disease and strokes are preventable. You may wonder, if they are highly preventable, why aren’t they? A lot of
With December upon us and a summer of fun ahead, where we can take the opportunity to de-stress and unwind, you’ll find in this issue of Thrive. We bring you content to help you keep in check what normally is an ‘over-indulging’ time, the opportunity to review your finances by mitigating the ‘Laziness Tax’ and when celebrating with friends and family during the festive period and still enjoy yourself with mindful drinking.
Our doctors from Duff Street Medical Clinic have put together some essential tips to help you and your family have a healthy Christmas and New Year season. While indulging in holiday feasting and drinking some extra booze are some joys associated with the Christmas season, overindulgence can also take a toll on your health. Enjoying
Welcome to Issue 3 of Thrive Magazine! Health and Wellbeing Information for you and your family Welcome to the third issue of Thrive magazine. Thank you to all of you who gave us such excellent feedback and valued suggestions for the topics and updates you would like to see more of in future issues. It
World Diabetes Day is celebrated on 14th November every year. It is a global campaign that aims to raise awareness for the growing health concern posed by diabetes in people and their life. Every year, the World Diabetes Day campaign focuses attention to a specific field by dedicating a theme that runs for that year.
National Nutrition Week 2020 is celebrated from October 15th to 21st. This yearly campaign on food and nutrition aims to create awareness about the need for good nutrition for leading a healthy life. Let’s learn more about how good nutrition benefits us. Why do we need good nutrition? Your body and mind are reflective of