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Solar panels made from waste crops without direct light; broccoli can help metabolise coffee; plastics labelling needs a new sustainability scale for consumers - and did you know that social media use has now been linked to poor physical health outcomes – so it’s not just mental health …
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Bold New Model A Breakthrough For People Experiencing Chronic Homelessness

The majority of 575 people in South Australia with a history of chronic homelessness have found stable housing and are well on the way to a better life after three years of intensive support under the ‘Aspire’ program – Australia’s first social impact bond targeting homelessness.  “It’s...

Envy And How It Helps Us

Envy is a two-edged sword. In its positive spin, envy inspires us to achieve what we find lacking in ourselves. It causes us to marvel...

4 Signs Your Body Is Begging For A Rest

We know that regular exercise is essential for improving your cardiovascular health, muscular strength, and even offering a boost of endorphins. However when you're getting...

On-Country Learning Creates Learners And Leaders

A ground-breaking early childhood education is creating social impact beyond just teaching the next generation of community leaders on Country.  When Deandra McDinny first visited an...

Common Weed May Be ‘Super Plant’

A drought-proof weed may hold the key to feeding the world, according to new research. The common plant known as purslane, harbours important clues about...

Village Tackles Speeding by Planting Thousands of Flowers

Wildflower meadows are beautiful; so beautiful in fact that a village in Britain has found they act as natural speed traps because motorists slow down to look at them. The village of Long Newnton in Gloucestershire has a problem with fast moving through-traffic between nearby towns. Almost...

Cocoa Shown to Reduce Blood Pressure And Arterial Stiffness

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Cocoa flavanols have previously been found to lower blood pressure and arterial stiffness as much as some blood pressure medication. However, how effective flavanols...

Wearable Activity Trackers Encourage Us To Walk More

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New findings have endorsed what millions of people around the world believe: fitness trackers, pedometers and smart watches motivate us to exercise more and...

A New Measure Of Psychological Safety For Patients

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Researchers have devised a new scale for measuring the psychological safety of patients consisting of 29 items, to assess how safe a person feels....

Women Urged To Eat Potassium-Rich Foods To Improve Heart Health

Women who eat bananas, avocadoes and salmon could reduce the negative effects of salt in the diet, according to a study published in European Heart...

Green Tea Promotes Gut Health And Lowers Blood Sugar

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New research in people with a cluster of heart disease risk factors has shown that consuming green tea extract for four weeks can reduce...

The Earliest Known Cases of COVID-19 Have Finally Been Pinpointed

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Wild animals sold on the southwestern side of the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market in Wuhan were the most likely source of the COVID-19 outbreak, a...

4 Things To Do Each Morning For A Healthy Gut

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Lack of energy, and stomach bloat may all be caused by the same underlying issue. In many cases, that issue lies in the gut...

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