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Wednesday 30 Nov 2016 · Hope Mornings
ADHD isn’t just a symptom of a bad diet; nor is it a cop-out label for bad doctors and parents. Adolescent pyschologist Collett Smart busts some myths.
Friday 14 Oct 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Duncan
Paralympic medallist Jess Gallagher, who snow-skis and cycles blind, is urging Aussies to get their eyesight checked, and for good reason.
Thursday 8 Sep 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Duncan
Mark Elder, author 'Get Yourself From Crisis to Coping', gives tips on how to balance your life better, and how to be a great listener.
Wednesday 7 Sep 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Duncan
Pastor and Hope 1032 breakfast radio presenter Duncan Robinson shares about his journey into, life-controlling anxiety, and out the other side.
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Saturday 3 Sep 2016
Single dad Brendan ‘Breno’ Cowie has joined the ‘ItsOkayToTalk’ hashtag campaign, and is encouraging men to open up about their struggles.
Wednesday 31 Aug 2016 · Hope Mornings
When you’re going through change, a surprising mix of emotions can emerge. Here's five tips on how to handle major life changes well.
Wednesday 24 Aug 2016 · Hope Mornings
The profit-driven modern diet is slowly killing Westerners. But 'real' food will save us, says Dr Caroline Leaf.
Friday 22 Jul 2016 · Hope Mornings
A landmark study stretching over 75 years has shown that quality relationships are one of the main keys to health and happiness for humans.
Friday 8 Jul 2016 · Hope Mornings
Adults need adequate slumber just as much as grizzly toddlers and grumpy teenagers. Here's how much sleep each age-group needs.
Monday 4 Jul 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Duncan
if you’ve failed miserably at achieving your 2016 New Year's Resolutions, there's an alternative approach: the 'One-Word-Commitment'.
Thursday 23 Jun 2016 · Hope Breakfast with Duncan
If you’re often exhausted, feel cynical about your job and struggle to drag yourself to work each day, there’s a chance you could be suffering burnout.
Thursday 16 Jun 2016
Agnes Houston gives unique insights into the sensory challenges that come with dementia, at HammondCare’s International Dementia Conference in Sydney.