Dementia

BY SUSAN BERGER Julie Staple was a child when her dad, Mark Womack, began exhibiting odd behavior. An award-winning violin, viola and cello maker, Womack was not following through for clients nor returning phone calls promptly. He was watching more TV and taking more breaks from work. He began drinking and was quick to become … Continue reading Dementia

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There is a correlation between coffee drinkers and a reduced risk of dementia.

By Abel Kalpinand Prasad Adelaide, South Australia   For years Scientists have claimed the benefit of coffee for our health. I'm not talking about a double shot, full fat, double whip, coconut sprinkle coffee but a plain long black. Last year it was found that drinking three cups of the stuff was good for your … Continue reading There is a correlation between coffee drinkers and a reduced risk of dementia.

Get Rid of Sugar

This article originally appeared on Whimn and written by Holly Beilin Swerve the added sugar. Image: Instagram/@jenhawkins_ Far more loathed than fat or cholesterol these days,¬†sugar¬†has become public enemy No. 1 when it comes to the health of Australia. In fact, in our effort to listen to doctors' orders to consume less fat and less … Continue reading Get Rid of Sugar