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American researchers have published evidence to support news that should surprise very few: it appears that eating a lot of fried foods is not good …

by David Clayton, Nottingham Trent University With a global diet industry worth US$168.95 billion, it’s clear the world is obsessed with weight loss. But what’s …

As the silly season begins, Louis Roller takes a look at navigating the pitfalls of overindulgence Overindulgence: to allow yourself to have too much of something enjoyable, especially food or drink: …

It’s well known that portion size affects food intake… so could doubling portion sizes facilitate a healthy diet? Deakin Business School’s Professor of Marketing Chris …

According to a new AIHW report, the quality of our diet is poor across all age groups with about one-third of Australians’ energy intake coming …

Researchers examined whether providing a low FODMAP diet to breastfeeding mothers could help reduce colic in infants… and the results suggest it could While avoiding …

Natural health products were the most popular OTC medicines sold in pharmacies in 2015-16, according to latest AIHW stats Among over-the-counter products sold in pharmacies, …

Karalyn Huxhagen unpicks the ways in which pharmacists should be utilised in residential aged care… with appropriate remuneration The recent announcement of the Royal Commission …

Half a cup of broccoli a day can help older people avoid being hospitalised for a fall, new research from Edith Cowan University has found …

Experts warn supplements are not risk free in this documentary that looks at the good, the bad and the ugly of vitamin and mineral supplements …

It could be just as good as ongoing daily calorie restriction for helping people with type 2 diabetes control their blood glucose levels In a …

A pharmacist has called on colleagues to avoid selling urine-testing strips to dieters and keep them for people with diabetes The ABC has reported on …