Wellness Features & Columns

Flying healthy

If you prefer organic food, chemical-free cosmetics, regular exercise and sleep sound enough to recharge your system, airplanes may seem like a carefully constructed form of hell. However, as more airlines recognise that today’s high flier is interested in arriving in at least as good a shape as they departed Read more…

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Survive the toxic office

Perhaps it’s the fluorescent lighting, the back-stabbing co-worker, or the incessant, unrealistic deadlines. Whatever the stressor, working in a toxic office can negatively impact your health. Muscular pain, disturbed sleep and excess use of alcohol or painkillers are all early warning signs, says Melbourne-based clinical psychologist Adam Carrozza, who has Read more…

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Brain training

Business systems may once have been designed for the Industrial Age. But, in the Information or New Media Age, star performers are paid to think, says Linda Ray, co-founder of the Neuresource Group, a business that builds “brain friendly organisations”. In short, it focuses on teaching business leaders “attentional intelligence”. Read more…