Why the short parental leash may be stifling active children
Busy lifestyles, poor neighbourhood planning and parental fear are creating a ‘backseat generation’ of kids who don't move enough.
Rediscovering meditation's roots
While meditation goes through ‘fad’ phases – it is an ancient practice, with significant religious roots.
Why the rise in 'militant' vegan activism is likely hurting the cause
Veganism is on the rise. But are extreme anti-meat tactics doing the cause more harm than good?
After the final siren: helping athletes to adapt to life after sport
Many elite athletes struggle with depression and joblessness after retirement. So how do we help them to adapt?
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The athlete's food: How to fuel elite sportspeople
What’s the best diet for elite athletes? It’s complicated, but ACU researchers say the evidence points to a personalised approach.
Before #MeToo: pioneering Australian women who used politics and activism to fight for progress
We pay homage to six Australian women who fought against gender injustice.
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