Having been born in New Zealand with its rich indigenous culture and traditional values, I have always been fascinated by history and other cultures. Here in Australia, I’m particularly interested in the fact that Aborigines have a special relationship
Women in their 40s hoping to defy their biological clock are trying for test-tube babies in increasing numbers despite a one in 10 chance of success per treatment cycle. Births of test-tube babies are booming, spurred by Medicare changes after
We know that sperm are very susceptible to damage! Taking up to four months to form, they’re adversely affected by a host of dietary, lifestyle and environmental factors.
My last job as a community pharmacist before becoming a full-time mother, was five years in Sydney’s vibrant Chinatown! It was one of the most interesting periods of my pharmacy career – a wonderful mix of both Australian and Chinese
This afternoon, while taking advantage of a break between storms and a waterside “exercise station” I struck up a conversation with a full time Dad. He was relaxing on the inclined situp plane. He wasn’t doing situps – just enjoying