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Hills, roads, trails: How to become an all-terrain runner

Hills, roads, trails: How to become an all-terrain runner

Whether you’re training for an event or want to improve your running generally, these expert tips will improve your running on any surface.

  • by Sarah Berry

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What Alison Daddo wishes she knew about menopause before going through it

What Alison Daddo wishes she knew about menopause before going through it

When Alison Daddo noticed her body changing and growing in her mid-40s, she had no idea what a ride she’d be on for the next few years.

  • by Alison Daddo
Florence’s health deteriorated after divorce, until she learnt the science of heartbreak

Florence’s health deteriorated after divorce, until she learnt the science of heartbreak

Florence Williams was thrown by how badly the heartbreak knocked her off her feet, until she understood why and found strategies to alleviate the suffering.

  • by Evelyn Lewin
Could Australia follow Spain by introducing national menstrual leave?

Could Australia follow Spain by introducing national menstrual leave?

Momentum is building for menstrual leave in Australia, but certain steps must be taken before it happens at a government level.

  • by Millie Muroi
The workout-from-home era is over. Can Apple’s virtual gym survive?

The workout-from-home era is over. Can Apple’s virtual gym survive?

The launch of Fitness+ was perfectly timed for the pandemic. But how loyal will Apple users be to their Watch workouts in our new (old) world.

  • by Sam Downing
There’s a scientific reason women like to hug – and it’s linked to stress

There’s a scientific reason women like to hug – and it’s linked to stress

Women get much more back from cuddling than men, a new study suggests, which may help explain male reticence around hugs.

  • by Sarah Knapton
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Lady Gaga says he saved her life: what Dr Paul Conti knows about trauma

Lady Gaga says he saved her life: what Dr Paul Conti knows about trauma

In a new book, the US-based psychiatrist explores what he calls an invisible epidemic that many of us are suffering from in silence: trauma.

  • by Sarah Berry
The ‘healthy’ habits that may actually be harming your gut

The ‘healthy’ habits that may actually be harming your gut

Following rigid rules and “clean eating” diets is leading to digestive problems among some people.

  • by Boudicca Fox-Leonard
‘Glorified corsets’: the truth about waist trainers

‘Glorified corsets’: the truth about waist trainers

“It’s not training your waist to do anything different... It’s your waist – it’s not a dog.”

  • by Angela Haupt
Swift action required for nation hurt by lockdowns
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Swift action required for nation hurt by lockdowns

We must do more to support those suffering with their mental health in the aftermath of the pandemic.

  • by The Herald's View
Every month, Genevieve had intense mood swings and rage. A diagnosis changed her life

Every month, Genevieve had intense mood swings and rage. A diagnosis changed her life

She couldn’t make sense of it until she was diagnosed with a premenstrual condition that’s more rare than PMS, but still affects one in 50 women.

  • by Evelyn Lewin