Stomachs do not merely digest food, they also keep track of the time, research suggests.
Kim Kardashian has been criticised for spending too much time away from daughter North, but is it really fair to expect mothers to be with their children constantly?
This year it's all been about the twerk. At least it has been according to the most searched exercise terms on Google.
If you consider that an extra mince pie a day will leave you with an extra kilogram over a period of just four weeks, it is not difficult to see how the Christmas cheer can really pile on the kilos if we are not careful. So before you completely disregard your regular healthy eating and exercise habits and become victim to several weeks of holiday overindulging, here are some examples of the most common party season habits that can stack the kilos on, and the key ways you can avoid becoming a victim to them.
Weight loss surgery will become as common as hip replacements and cataract procedures in Australia.
A $2.9 billion Medicare dental program for children's teeth will start as planned on January 1, but the eligibility of low income families to claim free treatment for their children remains uncertain.
How much do Australians pay for a gram of cocaine? Which are the most enjoyable drugs to take ... and the least? Has anyone told you in the past year that you have a drinking problem?
New research suggests that memories can be passed down to later generations through genetic switches which allow offspring to inherit their ancestors' experiences.
Meal replacements or real meals; what's the best way to rein it in?
A mother who survived a plane crash in remote south-west Alaska made a frantic phone call for help while resuscitating her five-month-old baby, then left the fatally injured boy to lead searchers hampered by cold and fog to the crash site.