Health

Children using devices such as smartphones and tablets at bedtime have over double the risk of a disrupted night’s sleep.

Repeated 'yo'yo' dieting may lead to weight gain because the brain interprets the diets as short famines and urges the person to store more fat for future shortages.

You can ignore your kids' bedtime protests secure in the knowledge that an early lights-out decreases their risk of developing depression and anxiety as adults.

Unsafe levels of toxic chemicals have been found in drinking water affecting six million Americans. We can learn lessons from this here in Australia.

Low-carb meals lower post-meal insulin resistance by more than 30 percent, reducing the associated risk of high blood pressure, prediabetes, and diabetes.

Being fit protects against health risks caused by stress at work - and it's even more effective for professionals who experience a high degree of stress.

Research has proved that sage can improve memory, confirming centuries-old theories.

Women who experience hot flashes and night sweats earlier in life are more likely to die from cardiovascular disease (CVD) compared to women with later onset menopausal symptoms.

Regular users of cannabis are less aware of their own mistakes, and they are not good at creative thinking.

Great for the gut, lungs, skin and stamina, a spoonful of honey makes miraculous medicine, writes naturopath Caroline Robertson.

Rosemary Ann Ogilvie chats to the author of Vegan Goodness about a lifestyle that makes the most sense for the planet and every creature living on it.

Arthritis can feel like an inescapable prison. Naturopath Caroline Robertson shows you how to break free from pain and regain your life with a smart escape plan.

If you think unrelenting pain through your whole body sounds dreadful, well it is. Thankfully, natural medicine offers hope for the riddle that is fibromyalgia, says Tania Flack.

Don't let the chilly weather affect your health. Our experts share their top tips with Charmaine Yabsley on how to stay healthy during the colder months.