It's okay to complain, just don’t whinge

From a packed train to frizzy hair and everything in between, humans just love complaining about things. It's satisfying, annoying and ticks our box for emotional validation, but is it healthy?

How to convince your parents that fat is not the enemy

If you were a child of the '80s or '90s, chances are your parents have a firm view that fat should be avoided at all costs in the pursuit of an Elle Macpherson or Claudia Schiffer body.

WATCH: Baby doctor shows how to calm a screaming baby

The move is called "the hold" and requires you to cup the infant's arms under its body while gently rocking it. It shows impressive results – the baby in the video quietens in a matter of seconds.

Want to make your own energy drink? Just add a spoonful of sugar to water

New research suggests that regular ol' table sugar in water is better for you than branded sports drinks.


Debunking bulletproof coffee – why you shouldn't be drinking it

Add two cups of coffee, two tablespoons of butter and then a tablespoon of MCT oil. Congrats - you've just made your very first bulletproof coffee.

The superfood trends of 2016: Are teff, cauliflower and maple water worthy of the hype?

Nutrition expert Fiona Tuck takes us through the latest line-up of superfoods and tells whether they're worth your coin

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The things you eat every day you forgot are superfoods

Your cupboard is already chock-full of superfoods that let you build muscle, increase brain power and live longer. The caveat? They're all incredibly average (and cheap).

All aboard the Aussie gains train – five local supplement companies taking on the world

From protein powders to BCAAs and everything creatine, here's five Aussie-run supplement companies building local muscle.


Kayla Itsines's legs workout for new mums

Kayla Itsines gives step-by-step instructions for new mums who don't want to skip legs day.

Kayla Itsines's arms workout for new mums

Kayla runs through step-by-step instructions for an arms workout you can do at home with easy-to-find equipment, while bub is napping.

The food you should never feed your child: New study bad news for lunchbox favourite

Connoisseurs of potato chips aren't going to like new research pinpointing the foods that are worst for a child's weight.

DIY treatments for breastfeeding back pain and tightness

You expect the labour pain, the sleep deprivation and the sore nipples ... but back pain too? 

Taking up jogging now could help budding mums avoid a lot of pain later

Women with a solid exercise habit before conceiving may avoid some of the pains of pregnancy