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Iron – are you getting enough?

by Isabel Young

Iron is an essential nutrient, responsible for the transport of oxygen from our lungs to every other part of our body including muscles, our brain and organs (so it’s pretty important).
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Exercise is good for your health, but are you really getting enough?

by Malena Hall

We all have been told by health professionals, social media, and more than likely by our mums, that ‘exercise is good for your health’, but do we really understand the importance of it?
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Which Netball Shoe is Right For Me?

by Philip Perry

With the netball season almost on us, it’s time to start thinking about what you will need, and one of the most important places to start is at your feet. And with so many shoes to choose from, where do you start?
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Knee osteoarthritis: Maximising the non-surgical approach

Knee osteoarthritis: Maximising the non-surgical approach

by Dr Ameer Ibrahim

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common joint disorder, it is a chronic arthropathy of one or more joints characterized by degeneration and loss of joint cartilage, along with other joint changes, including bone hypertrophy.
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Five cold and flu hacks to get you through winter

by Ryan Tam

Around this time of year avoiding the cold and flu seems almost impossible. On top of this, those that participate in lots of hard training can be more susceptible to getting sick. The good news is, there are things that we can do to minimise our chance of getting sick as well as decrease the severity of the cold or flu in the case that we get it. Here are 5 tips for boosting your body’s immune system:
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Untying the knots of muscle pain

by Jean-Claude DiManno

A knot, or more accurately a trigger point, is formed when the sarcomeres are constantly firing, or 'switched on'. It can feel like a nodule or knot in the muscle when felt through the skin and can refer pain beyond the knot itself.
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