Happiness expert, Claire Massingham, raises a good question: “What happy habits do you have?”
Find out what they are and how happy habits can improve your overall wellbeing.
If you’ve made the switch to a healthier lifestyle, the festive season can be daunting. Not to worry. We have a few tips from our health experts about how to survive.
Remember when smoking was the social norm? In more recent years, we’ve come to understand the serious health complications that smoking causes, but it still remains the leading preventable cause of death and disease in Queensland.
Did you know more than 30 Queenslanders are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes every day? That equates to about 1 in 23 Queenslanders with those aged 50-79 years being the most affected.
At My health for life, goals are something that are contemplated and strategised every day, as goal setting is the cornerstone of this Health and Wellbeing Queensland program.
Staying motivated, positive and healthy in these uncertain times, can be challenging. Yet, there has never been a more important time to look after ourselves. Boost your mood and wellbeing with My health for life’s top tips.
Many people often aren’t aware they are having a heart attack, with research showing that more than six million Australians cannot recognise the typical warning signs of a heart attack.
With working from home here to stay for the foreseeable future, and the temptation of sedentary behaviour creeping in when the weather starts to cool, you need a game plan to get you working out on a consistent basis. One of the best ways to make a move towards more regular exercise is to make it a date.
When the weather cools and we go into hibernation, there’s something magical about creating and consuming foods that comfort the soul. Accredited Practising Dietitian and My health for life health coach Sarah Muller reminds us of the importance of also upping our vegetable intake.
The liver doesn’t get as much attention as the heart and lungs, but our livers need some lovin’ too. We spoke with the experts at Hepatitis Queensland about why it’s important to look after our livers and what we can do to make these workhorses of the human body feel more appreciated.