Statistics show that 44 percent of women will experience some form of prolapsed sexual organ in their lifetime, yet Yoga for the Vagina creator Tamra Mercieca says prolapse is healable and preventable.

Older adults with the highest yoghurt intakes are likely to have better bone density and a lower risk of osteoporosis.

Go naked - from the ankles down, at least. Turns out barefoot activities can greatly improve balance and posture and prevent common injuries.

You've likely heard this before: exercise is good for you. But here's one thing you might not have heard: exercise also slows the progression of Parkinson's disease.

Taking multivitamins before and during chemotherapy reduces a patient's risk for developing peripheral neuropathy, a type of nerve damage.

Taking a high dose of vitamin D3 may help regulate the body’s hyperactive immune response in people suffering from multiple sclerosis.

This intriguing bodywork technique puts the client in touch with their body and also deepens their perceptions and wellbeing in general.

Gene variants associated with having an apple-shaped body - one that's larger round the middle - increase risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

"You are what you eat" - yes, but only if you are digesting your food properly. Naturopath Nina Stephenson reports.

Medicinal marijuana is showing remarkable results in a range of difficult diseases, including epilepsy and cancer, writes naturopath Caroline Robertson.

Laura Greaves investigates the ancient Chinese practice of cupping - how does it work, and could it help you?

The traditional Chinese medicine perspective on this pesky fungal infection is quite different from the Western one, writes Dr Shura Ford - candidasis is often diagnosed as a 'damp-heat' accumulation.

Rosemary Ann Ogilvie chats to industry and education experts about changes, trends, and news in natural health education.

Aromatherapy is the therapeutic application or medicinal use of naturally extracted aromatic substances - essential oils - from plants for holistic healing, writes Rosemary Ann Ogilvie.

Clinical nutritionist Tara Thorne has the skinny on how you can get cleaner, leaner, and more energised.