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Good Health

Good Health July 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.

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12 Issues

In this issue

1 min.
talk it out

How good are you at having difficult conversations? Some of us are quick to voice our opinions – occasionally followed by intense regret. Others will studiously avoid a conflict, only to lie awake thinking ‘I wish I’d said…’ Like it or not, we each come at life with a different point of view. Sometimes that’s exciting and other times it most definitely rubs us up the wrong way. So how do we all get along in spite of this? And what’s the best way to have a constructive discussion from the other side of the fence? This issue we begin a new series called ‘Let’s Talk’ where experts tell us how to navigate these interpersonal dilemmas – kicking off with conflict. Studies show that there are good and not-so-good ways of tackling…

1 min.
good health

EDITORIAL Editor Nicky Dewe Creative Director Louise Thomson Feature Writers Erin Fisher, Monique McKenzie Beauty Editor Sarah Simpson Senior Designer Artia Simamora Designers Archie Blohm, Bobby Saunders Chief Sub Editor Michelle Joe Sub Editor Julia Braybrook Editorial Assistant Simone Momberg Contributors Penny Adams, Meg Arroll, Louise Atkinson, Sarah Banger, Craig Beaglehole, Yasmin Boland, Jane Bowen, Grant Brinkworth, Debbie Duncan, Paul Ewart, David Frenkiel, Jennifer Garth, Maria Hoyle, Angie Humphreys, Elli Jacobs, Genevieve James-Martin, Christina Leon, Heidi Lindahl, Trudie McConnochie, Melanie McGrice, Keith McNiven, Linda Music, Tim Robards, Kristina Soljo, Sharon Stephenson, Angela Tufvesson, Luise Vindahl, Wiebke Vortriede MARKETING Marketing Director Louise Cankett Senior Marketing Manager Jillian Hogan Senior Subscriptions Campaign Manager Ellie Xuereb PRODUCTION Title Controller Sally Jefferys ADVERTISING Head of Brands Anna Mistilis Brand Manager Simone Creighton Brand Implementation Executive Rachael Potter Advertising Sales NSW (02) 9282 8416 Vic (03) 9823 6346 Qld (07) 3101 6630 SA (08) 8267 5032…

2 min.
have your say

WHAT’S GOOD I have been a Good Health subscriber for years and each edition is full of fabulous tips and content, which is so relevant and often eerily timely. My family and I have been through a difficult 18 months, which tested me emotionally and physically. Over the years your magazine has equipped me with tools and advice, helping me to compartmentalise bad things, and focus on the good in my life – which is so often obscured by negative thoughts. In the June issue, Kylie Gillies reminded me that good health and the love of family and friends, is more important than anything else. I know the support of my loved ones has kept me going, but sometimes I need that reminder. – Anna IMPORTANT NEWS I have been a subscriber for nearly…

2 min.
pressure points

Just over a third of adult Australians have high blood pressure, but would you know how to prevent it from creeping up on you? Lifestyle factors play a big role in our blood pressure levels, so here are some surprising ways to naturally reduce hypertension. Give a helping hand Volunteering and helping others is a great way for people to stay socially connected and feel more positive overall, but the benefits have also been found to extend to physical health. A US study found that subjects over 50 who volunteered on a regular basis were 40 percent less likely to develop high blood pressure than those who did not. So not only is volunteering a wonderful way to give back, but it goes full circle and can benefit you too! Avoid black liquorice If…

11 min.
health now

ONE AND ONLY When you live alone, writes Jane Mathews, “You find out what you like and don’t like about yourself, have the time and space to work on , you and how to go about getting it.” To that end, her book, The Art of Living Alone and Loving It, provides an inspirational tool kit for those who are living solo, whether through unexpected circumstances or by choice. From handling loneliness to cooking for one, Jane has plenty of useful advice and guidance to find joy in a household of one. Murdoch Books, $29.99. BODY AND MIND Research presented at the European Congress on Obesity has found that obesity can be a risk factor for anxiety and depression in young people. Researchers analysed data from more than 12,000 children and teens aged…

8 min.
sweet escape

‘Sometimes you just have to change your entire life for love’ ‘I KNOW THIS DAILY VISUAL HAS A POSITIVE EFFECT ON ME. MY SOUL. IT’S BLISSFUL’ After more than 20 years at the helm of Australia’s favourite travel show, Getaway, Catriona Rowntree has earned her title of ‘Australia’s Most Travelled Woman.’ Criss-crossing the globe several times over, she has transported us to some of the most far-flung destinations on earth. Indeed, when Good Health & Wellbeing catches up with the small screen star, she’s fresh off a flight from Alaska. But while she’s been fortunate enough to see more of the world than most of us could ever hope to, after two decades in the biz – and after getting hitched, relocating to the country, and becoming a mum to two young…