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How just two minutes of exercise a day can rapidly boost your health
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How just two minutes of exercise a day can rapidly boost your health

There’s never been a better time to get up and get moving.

Are you drinking more in lockdown? 40 per cent of Australians are!

2 minute read

The new research has found people are drinking more now than before Covid-19.

Loneliness is as bad for your health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day

2 minute read

One in four Australians suffer from being lonely.

She's how old?! Halle Berry shows off her amazing abs in new bikini photos!

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The stunning actress proves she’s ageless as she shows off her toned bikini body and insane abs!

How this clever Aussie mum turned her $166 ALDI shop into 95 meals!

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It took her five hours to prep each meal which costs just $1.22 per serve!

Thousands advised to self-isolate despite negative Coronavirus test results

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NSW Health has issued advice for those who may have been exposed to Coronavirus clusters within the community.

Rebel Wilson responds after posting ‘inappropriate’ workout video with a wombat

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She’s known for her quick wit and hilarious gags, but Rebel Wilson’s latest Instagram video doesn’t have anyone laughing.

Adele reveals incredible new body on her 32nd birthday

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Singer Adele has celebrated her 32nd birthday with a new Instagram photo that has stunned fans.

Bunnings new move! Store now sells exercise machines and workout gear

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With gyms across the country now closed, Bunnings may be your best bet to getting in a workout.

Coles and Woolworths announce new shopping restrictions - now mince is on the list.

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Woolworths and Coles have announced new restrictions on purchases, now including mince, amid the coronavirus outbreak sweeping Australia.

Forget toilet paper! Now it's toothpaste that's selling out at supermarkets as Aussies panic buy

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Panic-buying has now switched from toilet rolls to toothpaste across Australia