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The proof is in the pudding: Aged care residents eat more when served larger...

As Australia’s aged care sector continues to be scrutinised, researchers at the University of South Australia show that plain solutions are often the best,...

Why five of these chants are very important

"Out of these sixty-four items, five items—namely, offering water to the tulasī tree, hearing Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, associating amongst the devotees, saṅkīrtana and living in Mathurā—are...

Seeing one’s spiritual progress in the mirror of your heart

This Aniruddha Dāsa, who is the most fallen of human beings, lower than the lowest, offers his sāṣtāṅga-daṇḍavata pranāmas to the lotus feet of...

PTSD, depression widespread among asylum seekers: Study

Asylum seekers often express mental distress in ways consistent with their culture A new study by The University of South Australia has found mental health...

Indian researcher decoding diabetes in Australia

Reports are that India accounts for 49% of the world’s diabetes burden with 72 million cases in 2017 and an estimated 134 million in...

Researchers seek pregnant women for survey on medication

Researchers from The University of Western Australia want to know how women use medication, their beliefs about medication safety and where they seek out...

Your spiritual progress lies in the mirror of your heart

This Aniruddha Dasa, who is the most fallen of human beings, lower than the lowest, offers his sastanga-dandavata pranamas to the lotus feet of...

In times of pandemic, ISKCON volunteers organise Sunday feasts for the needy

Nourishment found through healthy and enriched meals is essential for the physical, emotional, and mental equilibrium of an individual. How distressing can it be...

More than 40% of Wyndham’s young worried about mental health: Survey

Council offers help for young people and their families More than 40% of Wyndham’s young people are concerned about their mental health, a new Wyndham...

Speak easy

Stuttering is relatively common condition affecting 1 in 100 Australians, but there are treatment programs to help both children and adults through it Verbal communication...
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