The article shows Erin Smith, the person who delivers the program in the ACT, smiling broadly as she makes and then displays on a plate edible vulva sweet treats.
Are mobile phones the new cigarettes? Will we discover that the telecommunication industry, like the tobacco industry, dismissed evidence that their product can kill us?
Who would you want to provide you support and care through a terminal illness? A comedian or a highly trained palliative care specialist?
Physical inactivity is a leading risk factor for stroke and other related conditions like heart disease and type two diabetes.
The Senate nanny state inquiry reveals public health is the home of voodoo economics.
Thousands of Australians have procured and are procuring their illegal drugs, just so they have the option of dying before their pain and suffering becomes unbearable.
Caitlyn Jenner's apotheosis from suffering patriarch of the Kardashian clan to the newly inaugurated Queen of the trans movement marks a new high water mark for trans-mania.
Sun Microsystems cofounder Vinod Khosla predicts that diagnostic machines driven by algorithms will replace 80 per cent of doctors within a generation.
This deviation represents an adherence by Rosie to the Duluth Model, a theory which states that domestic violence is committed by men for the purpose of power and control over women.
People could save electricity by housework in which they bent their knees, stretched their arms, strengthened their arm muscles, tuned up their wrists, and reduced their waistline.
A study of eight countries concludes there's a strong correlation between obesity and the size of supermarkets. The authors suggest large supermarkets emphasise quantity over quality.
Yet two-in-five stroke patients continue to be treated on general wards, which appears to be a result of hospitals lacking bed space.