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Coeliac Awareness Week – How Can Dietitian Help?

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Coeliac Awareness Week Coeliac Australia TV Commercial An average of 1 in 70 Australians live with coeliac disease with the majority of these cases undiagnosed (people living with the disease and not knowing or unaware what is causing their symptoms). So, What Is Coeliac Disease? Coeliac disease is an autoimmune condition, whereby the immune system […]

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Welcome to Smart Eating Week 2019 (11-17th Feb)

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WELCOME TO SMART EATING WEEK 2019 (11-17th Feb) When it comes to food and nutrition, do you know how to make the right choices for you? This week is Smart Eating Week (11-17 February). It is run by Accredited Practising Dietitians (APDs) and supported by the Dietitians Association of Australia. Throughout the week, Your Health Hub […]

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4 Keys Benefits of Amazing Oils at Your Health Hub

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We’re now stocking Amazing Oils at Your Health Hub! A Natural Solution to Pain Relief with Amazing Oils Magnesium PAIN RELIEF After trialling sources from Northern Europe, USA and even Asia we discovered that there was a natural source of Magnesium Oil right here in Australia. Surprisingly it contains no actual oil whatsoever but is an […]

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How Acupuncture Can Relieve Your Hay Fever

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Hay Fever or Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis Is very common at this time of year especially in a place like Hobart where there is so much grassland, trees and flora close by. Some people even suffer these symptoms all year (Perennial Rhinitis). It is found that Tasmania has the second highest rate of Allergic Rhinitis in […]

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How Much Impact Did We Make This Movember

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What a month it has been here at the Hub. As it comes to an end, it’s time to look back and reflect how much impact did we make for our Movember Mission. A month started off really well with everyone putting in an effort to complete their challenge, especially the rowing machine challenge.   […]

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What’s a Skin Cancer Action Week? By Your Health Hub

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National Skin Cancer Action Week Did you know that Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world? Anyone can be at risk of developing skin cancer, though the risk increases as you get older (Cancer Council Australia). The majority of skin cancers in Australia are caused by Sunburn In Australia, almost 14% […]

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Psychology Week 2018: The Power of Human Connection

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Psychology Week 2018 focuses on the Power of Human Connection. This topic also fits really well with what we aim to promote at Your Health Hub! Loneliness Is described as the sense of distress felt from social disconnection. Social relationships support good mental and physical health. By contrast, feeling lonely and disconnected can lead to depression […]

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Lower Your Family’s Risk on this World Diabetes Day

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Today is the World Diabetes Day and the theme for 2018 is the Family and Diabetes.   Preventing Diabetes involves in the family. Reducing your family’s risk starts at home. And many cases of type 2 diabetes can be prevented by adopting a healthy lifestyle. When a family eats healthy meals and exercises together, all […]

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Exercise For Cancer

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  Recently the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) have recognised exercise as an integral part of standard care in cancer care and for it to be viewed as an adjunct therapy when it comes to counteracting the adverse side affects of cancer and its treatment. Exercise Is A Great Medicine To Help Cope With […]

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BENEFITS OF EXERCISE FOR PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE

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There is an emerging body of evidence that suggests that exercise can change the brain in people with Parkinson’s Disease. Cortical excitation, changes in grey matter and levels of a substance called brain derived neurotrophic (BDNF) factor have been seen to change with exercise. These changes are neuroprotective and neuroplastic and have been shown (in […]

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