It's naive to suggest an athletic ideal provides women with a new way to love their bodies; the more ideals there are, the more ways there are to fall short, writes Anthony Papathomas.
Australia's drug watchdog is taking an online business selling peptides that bronze skin and improve fitness to court over false advertising claims.
It's proven to reduce your risk of heart disease and boost your mental health, but walking is also boosting local economies. Here's how.
The average cost of cricket per season is $1,142, but this Ballarat mum has devised a plan to keep disadvantaged kids in the game.
The modern caveman movement, paleo diets, digital detoxes and off-grid living all seek to get back to a natural way of life. But have humans ever really lived in harmony with their environment or is this notion just "paleofantasy"?
If you are planning on getting shredded in Canberra, perhaps avoid supplements because ACT Health is warning about a number of products containing "banned poisons".
Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction is under-diagnosed, but roughly 10 to 20 per cent of people without asthma have it, including Belinda Smith.
Google have nap pods. Netflix, Virgin and LinkedIn have unlimited annual leave. But are work "wellness" perks all they're cracked up to be?
Across all age groups, only a fraction of Australians are getting the recommended amount of physical activity, with teens being the group least likely to move as much as they're meant to.
John Shuttleworth knows how isolating grief can be. But he's finding comfort in an unexpected place: a wellness centre at a cemetery.