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Do you or do you know someone (your child) who suffers from bed-wetting (nocturnal enuresis)? Did you know it is more common than people discuss? 1 in 5 children still wet the bed ...READ MORE
“You can change the course of your day and even your life with your words.” Anonymous "Words are seeds that do more than blow around. They land in our hearts and ...READ MORE
When life gets tough, the tough get going right? Here are a few of my favourite sayings I use to lift myself when things are looking bleak. A few key sayings to ...READ MORE
Loads of people us apps games, music, entertainment, shopping and fitness. Did you know some of the simplest apps are the best when looking at your fitness! Check out the screenshots ...READ MORE
Have you ever tried a Carambola? This fruit is also called star fruit due to the shape in which it grows. This exotic fruit tree can grow up to 10 feet tall ...READ MORE
Did you know 1 in 4 Australians are vitamin D deficient and those in southern eastern states - Tasmania and Victoria 1 in 2 are deficient in vitamin D! (Source: Australian ...READ MORE
Chilli has a range of health benefits some of which are outlined below. Improves blood circulation Reducers abdominal cramping Is a pain reliever Increases metabolism to aid weight loss Helps to relieve congestion caused by ...READ MORE
No matter what we do in life, preparation is the key to success. Take a moment to think...we have just prepared and made it through Christmas; Parents are preparing to return to ...READ MORE
You probably have heard about pre and probiotics, some of you are probably taking them regularly each day for one reason or another. Which one is right for you? Do you take ...READ MORE
Bed-wetting (nocturnal enuresis)
You can change the course of your life…
Sayings to keep you looking upward and forward
Carambola is the fruit for winter
Why we need more vitamin D! and not
Chilli, is it right for you?
Are you prepared?
Probiotics. Should I or shouldn’t I….
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