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5 May 2020

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Exercise For Kids

by Hayley Harwood
There is a sad reality that our kids are not exercising or moving enough. And this has devastating consequences for not only their physical development and health, but also their mental health. Exercise cannot be underrated for the crucial role it plays in development. -Exercise strengthens...

2 March 2020

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Calf Pain

by Elizabeth Hughes
Calf pain can be caused by a range of different issues, with the most common causes being a muscle strain or Achilles tendinopathy. The calf muscle is commonly strained due to the complex structure of the muscle itself as well as its involvement in most of the movements you perform in life. ...

3 February 2020

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The Benefits Of Exercise for People with Cancer

by Hayley Harwood
Currently in Australia, 1 in 2 men and women will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. However, cancer survival has improved over time and recent figures show that 7 in 10 people will live longer than 5 years post-diagnosis. It is widely accepted that regular exercise participation reduce...

2 December 2019

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Exercise

by Hayley Harwood
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Exercise: What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? (CFS) CFS, also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis, is characterized by at least six months of persistent fatigue that is unrelieved by rest. This type of fatigue is pathological and has been described as, "having...

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Exercise For Kids

May 05 2020
There is a sad reality that our kids are not exercising or moving enough. And this has devastating consequences for not only their physical devel...

Calf Pain

Mar 02 2020
Calf pain can be caused by a range of different issues, with the most common causes being a muscle strain or Achilles tendinopathy. The calf mu...

The Benefits Of Exercise for People with Cancer

Feb 03 2020
Currently in Australia, 1 in 2 men and women will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. However, cancer survival has improved over time and ...
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