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Lifestyle Medicine Conference July 2022: The Evolution of Practice

Jun 15, 2022

Join a world-class conference for lifestyle medicine innovation and advancement from the 29th to the 31st of July in Cairns, Australia. Around 500 delegates from Australia, New Zealand, and other parts of the world will attend Lifestyle Medicine 2022, either...

Step up to End TB and Save Lives

Mar 09, 2022

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the global tuberculosis mortality rate grew to 1.5 million in 2020, up from 1.4 million the previous year. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic was among the primary contributors of the rise in cases...

World Salt Awareness Week: Why Less Salt is Better

Feb 28, 2022

Salt is an important nutrient that supports the nerves and muscles in the body. Plus, it balances the electrolytes in the human body by keeping the amount of water in and around the cells in check. However, too much dietary salt, which is common in...

Join the March Charge & Save Lives

Feb 16, 2022

Two in five Australians will be diagnosed with some form of cancer by the age of 85, and it is estimated that one in six males and one in seven females will die of the disease. According to research, the leading cause of cancer death in the country...

Wear a Teal Ribbon and Fight the Battle Against Ovarian Cancer

Feb 09, 2022

Take part in Teal Ribbon Day 2022 to help increase the survival rate of women with ovarian cancer, which is the eighth most common cause of cancer deaths among Australian women, according to Cancer Council Australia, and the deadliest form of cancer...

Resolve the Noise From Within in Tinnitus Awareness Week 2022

Jan 24, 2022

Tinnitus is a medical term for hearing sounds in your ears when no environmental sounds are present. It affects around 66% of people during their lives, usually temporarily but sometimes constantly. Tinnitus Awareness Week educates the public about...

International CHD Awareness Month 2022: Strengthen the Hearts of Children

Jan 19, 2022

Heart disease in childhood is very common. Some types of childhood heart disease (CHD) are more common than others, but many children who have it were either born with a heart defect or developed one shortly after they were born. International Childhood...

Aligning Energies on International Earth Chakra Day 2022

Jan 03, 2022

The human body is connected to the Earth by a cosmic consciousness that runs throughout the planet and is represented on maps and globes by ley lines. It is through these ley lines that Earth's energy of consciousness flows, just as blood flows through...

Veganuary 2022 for Optimal Health

Dec 21, 2021

What do Joaquin Phoenix, Paul McCartney and Natalie Portman have in common aside from being creative and successful in their respective fields? All of them are non-meat eaters and animal rights activists. Now that the holidays are over and you're ready...

Celebrate Unity Amidst Diversity on International Human Solidarity Day

Dec 06, 2021

International Human Solidarity Day happens to be the global day of charity that is held on 20 December each year. It was established by the United Nations General Assembly, which identified solidarity as a universal value in 2005, to help increase...

UnitingCare Australia's Christmas Appeal: Give Hope to Disadvantaged Australians

Nov 26, 2021

Operation Santa is back for Target Australia and UnitingCare Australia! Participate in the UnitingCare Australia Christmas Appeal from 10 to 23 December to make Christmas special for thousands of people living in poverty and experiencing disadvantage.

Decembeard 2021: Have a Hairy Christmas and Save Lives

Nov 17, 2021

Bowel Cancer Australia estimates that approximately 8,400 men are diagnosed with bowel cancer every year, with 9% of them under 50 years old. In addition, the disease causes about 2,400 premature cancer deaths per year. Decembeard is an annual campaign...

Nourishing the Working Mind in National Psychology Week 2021

Nov 15, 2021

The Australian Psychological Society (APS), Australia's peak body for psychologists, organises activities for National Psychology Week every year with the aim of providing psychological assistance to people who need it. During these uncertain times, the...

World Kindness Day 2021: How You Can Make the World a Better Place

Oct 29, 2021

If we all did one kind act every day, everyone would be able to live in an environment of love, respect and fairness. Many true stories have been told about how the power of kindness has improved people's lives. A police officer who revives a child...

Join Lung Health Awareness Month 2021 to Combat Lung Diseases

Oct 18, 2021

Everyone needs to maintain healthy lungs to avoid breathing difficulties and the risk of lung cancer or other chronic conditions like asthma. Lung Health Awareness Month, a month-long annual event that runs from 1st to 30th November, aims to help people...

National Carers Week 2021: Recognizing Carers' Contributions

Sep 24, 2021

The Australian Bureau of Statistics reported in 2012 that there are around 3 million unpaid carers in Australia. Many of them care for a loved one who has a disability, drug issue, chronic illness, mental health condition, or whose health has deteriorated...

Preserve Your Health and Animals on World Vegetarian Day 2021

Sep 17, 2021

Did you know that people who maintain meatless diets live 10 years longer than the average life expectancy of non-vegetarians, which is around 73? This is why World Vegetarian Day, an annual event celebrated on 1st October, aims to support those who...

Decoding Learning in Dyslexia Awareness Month 2021

Sep 15, 2021

While it may appear that a dyslexic child does not recognise the alphabet, hence their difficulty in reading, spelling and writing, the truth is that they can recognize letters and words; only their brain structures process them differently. Students...

Fun Runs & Walks to Combat Parkinson's Disease

Aug 30, 2021

Are you looking for a fun way to support people battling Parkinson's disease while spending time with your friends and family? Come to the Unity Walk and Run 2021 on 13th September and change the fate of people who suffer from Parkinson's disease.

Better Access for People With Spinal Cord Injuries

Aug 23, 2021

A spinal injury can drastically alter a person's life overnight. In most cases, suffering a severe injury can cause chronic pain and loss of body functions. Spinal Cord Injuries Australia, a charity that advocates programs and services to ease the...

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