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A nutrient-rich diet protects memory, cognition as we age

Study of almost 30,000 proves 'brain food' exists

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ABS statistics say Australians are buying less alcohol than ever

But experts warn it hasn't solved our shaky relationship with binge drinking, with some groups still consuming dangerous amounts

Indulgent food swaps that won't break the calorie bank

Easy ways to amp up the health factor of your favourite foods

'Smart' plate knows what you eat

Device calculates calories as soon as food hits the plate

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Susie Burrell's chicken ranch salad

Avoid the 3pm slump with this healthy lunchtime twist


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Nutrient-rich diet can improve memory and protect against cognitive decline as we age, study finds

A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts and fish could improve memory and protect our brains from as we age

‘SmartPlate’ knows exactly what you’re eating, and when

'Smart' plate knows everything you eat, and when

Anthony Ortiz, the founder and CEO Fitly, the solution to the burgeoning obesity epidemic is simple – and he's created the plate to prove it

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Susie Burrell's chicken ranch salad

The addition of a healthy serving of carbs will keep you sustained long into the afternoon, meaning you can say "Adios!" to that 3pm energy slump!

10 indulgent food swaps that wont break the calorie bank

It's a truth universally acknowledged that, unfortunately, anything that tastes good probably isn't very good for you


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Five diet tweaks to boost fertility as you age

It's becoming clear that while it's not the be-all and end-all of good fertility, what we eat can have an impact on our chance of conceiving

Woman lifts weights of up too 100kg – at seven months pregnant

Mother-to-be lifts 100kg weights – at seven months pregnant

While expecting the arrival of her first child in a matter of weeks, 39-year-old Katja is spending up to 12 hours a week working out

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Extreme morning sickness linked to developmental problems in kids

US research has found that children born to mothers suffering from HG are more likely to have attention disorders, speech delays and language problems.

Mums 'take back postpartum' through social media

New mothers are sharing images of 'real' life after birth using the hashtag #takebackpostpartum