Prostate cancer diagnoses too slow: data

An alarming number of Australian men are being tested for prostate cancer far too late, new figures suggest. Prostate cancer is the one of the most common in Australian men, second only to skin cancers, with about 19,000 new cases diagnosed every year. It is also the second most fatal cancer for Australian men. Despite… Read More »

‘Domestic abuse is kept behind closed doors and it thrives in that silence’

Domestic abuse continues to torment many of our friends, family members, colleagues and neighbours behind closed doors. Abuse is felt by many from all areas of society but women are disproportionately impacted – with the 2020 Crime Survey for England and Wales noting that 1.6 million women reported experiencing domestic abuse. Through campaign work, offering… Read More »

How to live longer: A powerful plant protein found to reduce cancer and heart attack risk

There are not many products out there which boost a surplus of health benefits including cancer, heart disease and diabetes risk. However, a superfood proves to be one of them. Spirulina may not be the word in many mouths but when one looks at its vast array of health benefits, it should be. From killing… Read More »