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"A girl who has lived through trauma has lived through a situation where her body, her mind, her self was not her own. Where she felt disjointed, ripped from her self, safety, and sanity. It was a moment, an experience, a something where her trust was sma [ Read more ]


"Old socks, clothes, newspaper and even dead leaves are some of the substitutes many of Australia's 49,000 homeless women use to manage their period each month. Giving these women access to free tampons was the motivation behind Gift Box, a new social en [ Read more ]


"Similar to how movement and exercise can open up biological pathways that increase happiness and energy, so can posture. "What we're saying is that if you start integrating more body movements into your daily life, your energy level stays higher and you [ Read more ]


"We all know that how we carry ourselves reflects our feelings. When we're sad, we tend to look down and frown, when anxious we might tap our feet or shift our eyes and when happy we may smile. But how we position our bodies doesn't just reflect how we [ Read more ]


"You can improve your posture with a few simple exercises. Balance-specific workouts address posture and balance problems with exercises that build strength where it counts and stretches that loosen tight muscles. Quick posture checks in the mirror before [ Read more ]


"he Feldenkrais Method is not just helpful for improving your physical health and well-being, it also supports your mental health. Your brain is essential in thinking, feeling (emotional health) and sensing via the 5 senses." [ Read more ]


Figures show 50,819 youngsters contacted the helpline for a serious mental health problem in 2015/16 -- up 8% over four years. [ Read more ]


"The department's top-ranking medical officer told a Senate inquiry in Canberra on Monday there's a widespread but wrong belief that putting up your hand led to an automatic discharge. "That isn't reality," Air Vice-Marshal Tracy Smart said." [ Read more ]


"Fertility professionals and advocacy groups say surrogacy is experiencing a quiet boom in Australia after several Asian countries banned foreigners from paying women to carry babies for them." [ Read more ]


Surprisingly, there are so many non-drug approaches that we need an organizing structure to make sense of them all. [ Read more ]




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as a way to document and store information relating to personal legal and health challenges. There are challenges faced in finding information and services relevant to personal circumstances in a time where misinformation is rife and the referral burden is huge. As the proof-of-concept database on this website expands, we aim to provide a forum that educates its users in the art of deliberation, argumentation and verification of facts.

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