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'I have given up dieting for that reason. At least my weight stays stable now. I eat sensibly, exercise daily and am ...

Want to lose weight? You've been doing it all wrong

We've never spent so much time and energy thinking about, writing about, documenting and analysing what we eat. There's never been more advice, more experts, more information about how to lose weight. Yet, we've never been fatter.

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The biggest health stories from 2016

From Zika avoidance to Australia's oldest mum, it's been a big year in health news. Here are some of the top headlines of the year gone by.

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New fathers often have to balance being the primary source of family income with spending time with their new baby and ...

Fathers need to join the conversation on paid parental leave

I recently asked my father if he took time off work after I was born. "Nope", he replied without missing a beat. He went to work the night I was born and taught his corporation  law class at a local university.

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Disagreements over who should take time of work to care for sick children are a cause of conflict for many.

Carer's leave a source of conflict for many couples

I'm very lucky that I work for myself so I'm able to work hours that I dictate and have the flexibility to do the school runs. But whose responsibility is it to stay home to be the carer when both parents work full time out of the home? Does it always fall to one of them, or should it be a case of sharing the sick leave?

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Georgia

Beautiful in our eyes: Georgia's story

I will never deny the fact that grief has a place when you give birth to a child who brings a set of circumstances very different to what you imagined. Because for nine months, I thought I knew my Georgie.

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Premmie twins ... Shea (in the blue CPAP hat) and Tainn.

Born too early: Shea and Tainn's story

In Australia, around 57 babies are born prematurely (before 37 weeks) each day. EB member Jannette tells her story about her twin sons, who were born at 24 weeks.

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