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Kat Tate

Kat Tate

Kat Tate is a global nomad, writing her way around the world. She loves unearthing unique stories, and making connections with new people and places. Former ntpages editor, Kat blogs about health, happiness and all things wellness

Recent articles by Kat Tate

5 Tips for Healthy Hips

Apr 17, 2019

Learn more about hip dysplasia, its symptons and what you can do to maintain healthy hips.

Study: Does Vitamin D Deficiency Cause Autism?

Apr 8, 2019

A new study published shows a very close link between vitamin D deficiency & autism and how it can be prevented from pregnancy.

Study: Do Contraceptive Pills Affect Your Wellbeing?

Apr 5, 2019

A recent contraceptive pill study reveals taking oral pills actually affect women's wellbeing, plus other side effects on their health.

New Autism Study: Becoming Super Parents Leads to Autism Improvements

Apr 1, 2019

A new autism study in Australia reveals that becoming super parents to a child with autism significantly improve their social skills & reduce repetitive behaviours.

Are NSW Women Healthy?

Mar 29, 2019

The NSW government's latest health and wellbeing report shows that women in NSW may be getting healthier, but there is still a bigger picture to look at.

Study: Australian Women Over 50 are Riskier Drinkers

Mar 22, 2019

A research by the National Drug Strategy Household Survey shows that women become riskier drinkers when they reach the age of 50 years.

Can Probiotics Prevent Cancer?

Feb 5, 2019

A recent colon cancer research study shows that probiotics could help prevent and even treat colon cancer.

What is Rage Yoga?

Feb 4, 2019

Learn more about rage yoga, rage yoga benefits & how it was started by Lindsay Istace.

Sydney Study Shows Women Unaware of Bowel Cancer Risk

Jan 29, 2019

A recent cancer study shows that only 37% of Australian women are aware about the risks of bowel cancer & bowel cancer symptoms among females.

Healthy Food Choices Research: You Are What You Eat

Jan 28, 2019

A recent research study reveals that what you eat depends on your social & education status, stressing about the importance of eating a balanced diet.

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