Bike SA is pushing to get more women pedalling with their annual Gear Up Girl SA event which will be held in Elder Park in Adelaide on Sunday 23 November 2014. The event is South Australia's largest and only community bike ride for women.
A full size, grass tennis court has opened in Light Square for everyone to enjoy and have a hit until December 9.
It’s safe to say that most caffeine lovers drink their coffee. But for Adelaide-based entrepreneur, Cherylee Bennett, she rubs it on her body.
Record numbers are expected to join the commuter revolution this year on national Ride2Work and Ride2Uni Day on Wednesday 15 October and Adelaide City Council will be throwing a free breakfast from 7am- 9am in Hindmarsh Square/ Mukata to celebrate.
Hundreds of leading international and local physical activity, public health, sports medicine and science experts are set to descend on our nation’s capital next week to present ground-breaking research and highlight critical public health issues. Hosted by Sports Medicine Australia, be active 2014 (15 – 18 October, Canberra) will showcase the latest cutting-edge practices and research in […]
It’s Active Nation Day this Sunday: the day where women are encouraged and inspired to mark their commitment to Active Living by getting out and moving their bodies.
Long gone are the days of our fashion staple, jeans and a t-shirt. Women across the globe have traded in their favorite black skinny jeans for black leopard compression tights. From workout to workwear, runway to run - “sweat” is definitely the new “sexy.”
Little purse-sized bottles of sugar-free, flavoured water squirts have hit the market, and we've given them a test run.
Lunchtime meal choices have become a new source of tension in the workplace, with more than 40% of Australians admitting to feeling judged by colleagues when eating unhealthy meals.
Following the incredible success of the Lorna Jane Active Living Room in Brisbane, Lorna Jane will launch Australia’s second Active Living Room in Rundle Street Adelaide on Friday 22 August 2014.
Six Weeks to Sexy is now in Adelaide! Originally made famous by X Factor judge and singer Natalie Bassingthwaighte through the Six Weeks to Sexy program in Sydney, it was created through her brother Blake Worrall Thompson.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have shown new media technologies such as smart phone apps may be an effective means of improving health outcomes for new mothers and their babies.
Adelaide local, Nicole Swanell nutritionist and founder of health website Get Real Living, has launched the next round of the 12 Week Get Real Living Transformation programs. The individualised 12-week nutrition programs focus on building healthy habits through simple weekly goals and healing the body from the inside.
Adelaide massage therapist, Holly Hicks, has decided to turn the lessons she learnt from her profession into advice for new mums.
Today marks the second annual World Ovarian Cancer Day (WOCD), signifying a day of international unity and combined strength for the 250,000 women who are diagnosed and the 140,000 women who will die of the disease globally each year.
One third of all Australians list blindness as their most feared health condition, alongside cancer.
The flu vaccine will be more readily available this autumn, with Chemmart® Pharmacy offering a one-stop in-store Flu Clinic for a six week period from March 24th.
The Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation has launched its 2013 Christmas Appeal to raise much-needed funds to help get kids home in time for Christmas, while bringing joy to those forced to stay in hospital.
In celebration of World Diabetes Day on November 14, Diabetes Counselling Online will turn the Channel 9 Telethon Distinctive Homes Lottery House BLUE for one day only!
As the spring season blooms, many people will be giving their homes and gardens much needed spring cleans, however, the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia South Australia (CAASA) warns that this is the time when people need to take extra precautions in preventing back pain and injury.