This syndrome has long mystified doctors and defied treatment. Now, for the first time, research has identified a cause - and possible cure.

Back pain is a common complaint yoga teachers hear from students - often, it's the reason they try yoga in the first place. These poses help ease soreness and support back muscles.

Women usually only focus on pelvic health when they are pregnant or there's a problem, like pain. However, it is here that our true feminine creative centre lies. Julia Rossmanith reports.

Recent research shows that low levels of gut bacterial diversity are linked to a surprising range of health problems, including rheumatoid arthritis.

Early exclusive breastfeeding can influence the length of telomeres in children, forecasting their long-term health and risk of disease.

The bedroom is dark and quiet, you've had your chamomile tea - but you're still wide awake.We suggest five little all-natural helpers.

Sydney's cost of living is higher than for Paris and Singapore. Growing a small fruit, herb or vegetable garden can cut down food expenses tremendously.

The incidence of mould allergies is increasing. Nutritionist Tara Thorne tells you how to find out if you're at risk, and what you can do about it.

Fasting is perhaps one of the oldest techniques used to promote health, and could even be considered the original 'biohack'. Could it work for you?

They have been a convenient domestic fixture for over 40 years, yet fallacies persist about microwaves. Dr Sandi Rogers sorts fact from fiction.

Life doesn't have to be a sweaty mess as you move into this new life stage; traditional Chinese medicine can banish hot flushes for good.

A convention-defying doctor on a mission to alleviate pain and improve function developed a powerful bodywork therapy, as Laura Greaves discovered.

What is a telomere? Just as shoelace caps protect the lace from unravelling, telomeres are the cap at the end of each strand of DNA in our cells.

Yoga is a path of rejuvenation, and at the end of this practice from yoga master Amy Landry you will feel calm, grounded, and re-energised.

Jane Carstens delves into the philosophy of working with Nature's rhythms which is at the heart of the worldwide permaculture movement.