With an alarming rise of colon cancer cases each year, doctors now recommend people to begin their colon cancer screenings as early as 45, instead of the usual 50. The screening will not only catch colon cancer early when it’s treatable, but it will also help prevent it in the first place by removing tissues that can become cancerous.
Whether you’re at risk of developing kidney disease or trying to keep kidney stones at bay, we have identified 7 superfoods to include in your diet for achieving good kidney health. Kidneys are the small, bean-shaped organ that does a remarkable job in keeping the right balance of minerals and nutrients in our body. But
Recently we were watching the news covering the catastrophic eastern coast floods, an interviewee shocked and devastated at his loss, shrugged his shoulders and said “It’s one of those things”.
Iron can make the difference between making you feel at the top of the world or downright sluggish. If you are feeling exhausted and wondering if your food has to do something with it – then you can be right. The deficiency of iron in your diet can cause a myriad of health issues, let
Prevention is the first line of defence when it comes to your health. And when doing so a doctor’s visit is the best to learn more about your medical needs. Think of preventive healthcare as a future investment. It helps to prevent or delay the onset of many illnesses including chronic diseases even before they
Kidney stones are no fun and it strikes thrice as many men as women in Australia, but with the right food, plenty of water and proper diagnosis, you can lower your chances to get them. Kidney stones and its impact on the body If someone has ever passed kidney stones, then they will do anything
The holiday season is the best time of the year but it can be an emotional rollercoaster for some of us. Post-holiday depression, holiday blues or depression after vacation, there are some countless terms used to describe the feeling of sadness and hopelessness after a vacation is over. Holiday blues can come to anyone, however,
With December upon us and a summer of fun ahead, where we can take the opportunity to de-stress and unwind, you’ll find in this issue of Thrive. We bring you content to help you keep in check what normally is an ‘over-indulging’ time, the opportunity to review your finances by mitigating the ‘Laziness Tax’ and when celebrating with friends and family during the festive period and still enjoy yourself with mindful drinking.
The summer holidays are a perfect time in Australia to celebrate with friends and family. With Christmas, almost around the corner and festivities starting to gear up, many will experience health problems during the holiday period. While some people’s health will suffer due to an overindulgence of food and drinks, some will be stressing out