Category: Health

Sustainability Simplified

A podcast by Dominique Tassell. Sustainability Simplified is a podcast where two 20-somethings discuss sustainability in the big picture. We aim to take the mass amounts of information out there and simplify it for listeners. In this episode, we tackle

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The Evolving Mind: understanding depression and mental illness

A podcast by James Stephens. As Queensland’s Mental Health Week 2020 fast approaches (10-18 October), Brisbane evolutionary psychologist, John Hannan, talkes to us about the human mind to better understand the root causes of depression and suicide. John – a

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Almost 200 deaths in Queensland’s worst flu season

The staggering impact of flu in Queensland, 191 people have died in the worst season ever and that’s four times as many as last year. Federica Willemsen reports.

LifeFlight gets high-tech simulator for medical crews

One of Queensland’s busiest helicopter rescue services is finding more ways to save lives. The RACQ’s LifeFlight is training medical crews under extreme conditions. Jacob Condon reports.

New study says red meat poses no health risks

It seems red meat isn’t as bad for you as previously thought. That’s the finding of a world wide study, yet some nutritionists are still advising caution. Lawrence Jeffcoat reports.

Feel Good free fitness classes on offer

Free fitness classes are on offer across Brisbane and they are being promoted as the key to a better quality of life. Lucy Loram reports.

Football hits a new pace in Queensland

A more relaxed approach to soccer. Football Queensland has officially launched their take on walking football. Jacob Condon reports.

Canberra legalises personal cannabis use

The ACT has officially legalised cannabis for personal use. But the move may be challenged by the Federal Government. Elizabeth Neil reports.

Brisbane’s war on mosquitoes

Brisbane Council has begun another war on disease carrying mosquitoes and it has a new weapon in the fight. Jakob Funk reports.

Australian teens consume too much sugar

Australian teenagers love sugary drinks too much. A new study reveals one-in-six teens consume more five kilograms of sugar every year from sweet beverages alone. Federica Willemsen reports.