Healthy at home
Australians are spending more time at home than ever before. With information and support, you can manage much of your health and mental wellbeing at home.
Creating healthy habits
Creating healthy habits can help you to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Find tips on how to create good habits and break bad ones..
8 ‘healthy’ habits that might not be so healthy
'Healthy’ habits, such as removing ear wax or drinking kombucha, might not be that healthy after all. They might even be harmful. Check this list and start 2020 right.
6 New Year’s resolutions worth keeping
Instead of joining a gym, cutting out carbs or attempting New Year's resolutions that are hard to stick to, these practical and doable health tweaks can make a big difference.
This section provides useful information and tips on how to lead a healthy life through healthy eating habits, regular exercise and a balanced lifestyle.
Staying healthy when you have a heart condition
It's important to stay healthy if you have a heart condition and you can look after your heart by having a healthy lifestyle.
Stress in young people
Young people report higher stress levels — and for different reasons — than older Australians. Learn more here.
Manage your health in your 50s
Once you’re in your 50s, you need to be aware of the health conditions that increasingly affect people at this age. Learn how to reduce your risks and to manage your health at this stage of life.
15 minutes of walking could reduce your risk of disease
Walking 15 minutes a day could reduce your risk of heart disease, dementia and some cancers, says the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Smart ways to keep your brain healthy and sharp
Mental decline starts before age 40. Here are smart ways to keep your brain healthy and help protect your brain against degenerative brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.