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Motivation to exercise tips

Tips for finding motivation to exercise

Finding motivation to exercise can sometimes be a challenge and sometimes more difficult than the physical aspects of exercise. What do you need to do to get motivated? In co-operation with the Black...

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Nutrition: Challenges of mining camp lifestyles

Working in the mining industry and living in a mining camp can present a unique set of challenges for maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle. Following is Bill’s story. A case study on the...

Shift Workers Warned To Reduce Energy Drinks in Diet

Shift Workers Warned To Reduce Energy Drinks in Diet

Shift workers in mining are being warned to minimise energy drinks in their diet to avoid the risk of health complications associated with caffeine toxicity. According to WorkCover Qld, The...

Men Wanted for Health Survey

Men aged 30 years or older are being sought to take part in a La Trobe University research project  focusing on men’s health and related quality of life. Quality of life can be influenced by a...

High Iron Foods Bad for the Livers of Shift Workers

Shift workers who eat high-iron foods at night may be disrupting the circadian clock in their livers and adversely affecting their health, according to a new study. Disrupted circadian clocks...