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Good Health

March 2019

Good Health - for people with a healthy attitude to life! Our aim is to make Good Health informative, up-to-date, relevant to women´s lives and entertaining. Every issue is packed with information - cutting edge medical advances, psychology, relationship, kids, food, beauty and much more. Above all, we want to empower our readers with a sense that they can do something POSITIVE to enjoy a long and healthy life.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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good times

People talk a lot about the post-holiday blues, but I like to believe that the post-holiday high can be just as powerful. I mean, I get that swapping lazy days spent under sunny skies for a return to routine procedure can bring with it a certain level of despondency. But I also think that this can be the best time to make some meaningful change in your life. After all, there’s nothing like a few weeks of fresh air, sunshine, and reconnecting with friends and family to fill your sails. Now is the time to harness that energy and set a course for the year ahead.If scoring a new job or tackling a big challenge is on your 2019 to-do list, then you’ll want to read the story about…

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have your say

(COVER PHOTOGRAPHY YIANNI ASPRADAKIS) DOUBLE TIMEI’ve been a subscriber for many years and absolutely love your magazine. When I feel a bit frumpy and lazy, I read your magazine and it brightens me up and motivates me to get off my butt and do something worthwhile. I’ve loved all your issues of Good Health, but I have to say February’s edition has to be the best one I’ve read. Before starting this email, I looked through to see which article was the best to make reference to but there are so many this month. I think my favourite was your weight-loss health handbook. It motivates me to keep to a healthy regime with my eating and exercise. As a sufferer of depression, I also particularly liked the article ‘Food for…

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write in and win!

This month’s star letter wins a John Plunkett set, worth $99.85, containing Collagen Lift Moisturiser, Collagen Eye Lift, and Facial Cleanser. John Plunkett Collagen Lift and Collagen Eye Lift are perfect partners to firm and smooth your skin, with actives that deliver visible results. johnplunkett.com.au ■…

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work it in

Self-care hacks at your desk To thrive from nine to five – rather than pushing through the morning feeling lethargic and relying on caffeine – the key is to incorporate daily self-care hacks at your desk. These can be really simple additions to your day that will make the world of difference. Calm yourself with essential oils Lavender, orange and bergamot essential oils can relax and uplift you when you’re feeling stressed or stuck for creativity. Keep a small stash in your drawer and occasionally douse a few drops on a cotton ball to sniff, or pop a small amount on your wrists or neck. It will help revive your spirits without disturbing others sitting nearby. Make your workspace a winner …

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health now

Pet project When it comes to preventing childhood allergies, the more pets the better. A study in the journal PLOS One followed almost 1300 children, and split them into two groups. Most families completed questionnaires on pet ownership and the incidence of allergies in their kids, while the parents of 249 children were interviewed about pet ownership when their children were six to 12 months. Those children then had clinical evaluations at 18 months, three years and eight to nine years. In both groups, reports of allergies declined with the number of pets – one third of the children in families with no pets reported allergies and associated symptoms, compared to no reports of allergies among families with five or more cats or dogs. GOING GREEN The…

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change of tune

Actress, singer, TV star and entrepreneur: Natalie Bassingthwaighte (or ‘Nat Bass’ for short) has worn many hats during her enviable career. And though she’s undoubtedly a high achiever, not so long ago this relentless schedule had the media personality feeling “out of control” and dangerously close to a breakdown. Thankfully she heeded the signs and took the opportunity to implement some major health and wellness changes in her and her family’s lives.“It was about a year ago that I started to feel it,” the 43-year-old tells Good Health & Wellbeing. “I was so frazzled and overwhelmed that my head was about to explode… I just couldn’t quite keep up with the pace of my life. I felt broken. I realised that if I didn’t stop to breathe it would…

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