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Live Well, Be Well Radio – 23 January

Live well be well

23 January: Back to school, healthy ‘Straya Days, warm roasted veggie salad recipe & staying 100% motivated! Listen to the latest Live Well, Be Well radio podcast with Katie Clift here, and catch up on episodes you may have missed. Live Well, Be Well radio is broadcast across Queensland each Saturday morning on 96Five and…

Eggs, apples, rice, carrots the new lunchbox loves

Healthy Eating

Cancer Council is lifting the lid on Queensland lunchboxes as parents prepare to send kids back-to-school, with research showing many packed lunches are alarmingly low on veggies. With just two sleeps before kids head back to the classroom, Cancer Council is calling on parents to plan ahead for their child’s daily health and wellbeing. Cancer…

Struth, it’s a healthy ‘Straya Day!

Crack out the cricket set, slop on some zinc, fire up the barbie and c’mon Queensland – get ready to celebrate Australia Day the healthy way! Cancer Council is urging Queenslanders to stay true blue to their health and wellbeing, with SunSmart threads, tasty spreads, and Australian sporting fun. Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift…

Live Well, Be Well Radio

Live well be well

16 January: New Year’s Resolutions, social media manners, healthy rissoles & beating the 3pm slump! Listen to the latest Live Well, Be Well radio podcast with Katie Clift here, and catch up on episodes you may have missed. Live Well, Be Well radio is broadcast across Queensland each Saturday morning on 96Five and 91.9 Fresh…

Crack a healthy Christmas, says Cancer Council

Heathy Eating

Cancer Council is urging Queenslanders to prioritise health and wellbeing this festive season, after new stats revealed one in 10 deaths nationally are caused by inactivity. Australia was recently ranked 94 out of 131 countries for being physically active, according to the Global Observatory for Physical Activity’s latest Physical Activity Country Cards. Cancer Council Queensland…

Only 1 in 20 Aussies eat enough fruits and veggies

More Australians are quitting smoking, rates of overweight and obesity have stabilised and only one in 20 adults are eating enough fruits and vegetables, new figures out today show. The National Health Survey 2014-15, released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, shows national daily smoking rates have dropped by around a third since 2001,…

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