Episode 1 : Trash Talk
Susan Carland is joined by researchers and behaviour change experts from BehaviourWorks Australia – together they talk global waste.
Making sense of menopause
Evidence indicates that women who take menopausal hormone therapy have a marginally increased risk of breast cancer, but it's equally important to talk about the benefits of the treatment.
Nasal spray fat fight hope
A simple nasal spray may help control appetite, burn fat and reduce weight.
Let's talk about fat
What can we do about obesity and all its associated chronic health problems? Professor Michael Cowley says the condition needs to be destigmatised.
Weighed down by PCOS
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome say they find it hard to lose weight. Here's what they can do to improve their symptoms and long-term health.
It's no yolk: breakfast's not so special
A new study shows that, contrary to popular belief, eating or not eating breakfast has little bearing on weight.
Type 2 diabetes: we are what we eat
While the disease is on the rise, it's preventable – that includes not only considering how much we eat, but the kind of foods we consume.
Straight to the heart
Although the “normal” heart rate is anywhere between 60 to 100 beats per minute, there’s increasing evidence a rate at the lower end of the spectrum is better for you.
Fat and fertility: the facts
Excess weight affects fertility in men and women – the good news is weight loss can reverse the negative effects.
Senior Lecturer, Education Psychology Activities
Professor, Clinical Epidemiology
Professor, Nutrition Dietetics and Food
Research Officer, BehaviourWorks Australia
Research Fellow, BehaviourWorks Australia
Professor, Department of Diabetes
NHMRC Early Career Fellow/ Monash Health dietitian
Professor (Research), Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Biomedicine Discovery Institute
Professor (Research), Clinical Epidemiology
Professor, Physiology, Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute
Medical doctor, Phd candidate in cardiology
Senior Research Fellow, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine