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New data shows that pesticides, artificial sweeteners, and sugar found in women's diets can negatively affect their chances of IVF success.
Babies whose mothers had a higher level of a particular B vitamin during pregnancy have a lower risk of eczema at age 12 months, new research shows.
Yes, we are serious - apparently playing Pokemon Go has real-life positive health benefits, including increased social interaction and exercise.
High alcohol intake is associated with decreased female fertility, says a recent study.
Maz Valcorza is founder and director of Sadhana Kitchen, Sydney's first organic, raw food and vegan cafe.
Yoga is immensely helpful during pregnancy, with its emphasis on keeping the body strong and open, and also on breath awareness, writes mum-to-be and yogini Amy Landry.
In cases of unexplained infertility, Chinese medicine often provides the breakthrough that couples long for.
Everyone knows exercise is good for you - but is the belief that exercise will have a positive effect more important for our wellbeing than the exercise itself?
Sydney's cost of living is more expensive than for Paris and Singapore. Growing a small fruit, herb or vegetable garden can cut down food expenses tremendously.
Think you've heard it all when it comes to acupuncture? Think again! Auriculotherapy is a distinct branch of the ancient modality with unique benefits.
Studies show that acupuncture boosts fertility and supports IVF cycles and successful outcomes; plus, Chinese herbs can improve sperm action.
Naturopath Ann Vlass explains how to rectify common menstrual symptoms using a holistic, natural approach to healing.
Feeling puffy? Bloating caused by wind, irregularity, or water retention can make even a tiny tummy become anything but. Try these tips from naturopath Toni Green.
Hormonal imbalances can trigger a host of yukky symptoms. Thankfully, naturopath Amina Eastham-Hillier has the solutions.
Fourteen years after being diagnosed with a rare and incurable stage IV cancer, Kris Carr is not only living a healthy, full life, but has revolutionised the world of plant-based diets.