March, 2009New research shows the prevalence of peanut allergy has doubled in children born in the last 4 years compared with those born 10 years ago. read more >
A new policy report by over twenty cancer experts concludes that a healthier lifestyle, which involves maintaining a healthy weight, eating the recommended two fruit and five vegetables a day, limiting alcohol consumption and a minimum of 30 minutes of exercise a day, can reduce the risk of developing many commonly occurring cancers.
October, 2008A recent report by The Omega-3 Centre highlights the need for Baby Boomers to eat more fish and other foods rich in long chain omega-3s to help fight chronic disease, improve overall health and reduce the financial cost to the Australian healthcare system. read more >
October, 2008. The survey assessed the food and nutrient intake and physical activity participation of more than 4000 children aged between 2 to 16 years from all over Australia.read more >