Susie Moore 12:15 AM There is a freedom in not living the life people expect you to.
Shelby Sheehan-Bernard It's a stressful time of year but there are things you can do to keep calm.
Kren Weintraub What if we could measure out stress in the same way we monitor steps and movement.
Jenna Price There are lots of problems surrounding abortion. But this is one many would not have considered.
Roni Caryn Rabin The evidence is clear on the benefits of green spaces. But what about when they are inside?
Judi Light Hopson, Emma H. Hopson and Ted Hagen In order to crawl out of a bad mood, it pays to focus on what will help.
Pam Belluck and Sabrina Tavernise Pharmacists will be authorised to prescribe contraceptives after a quick screening process in which women fill out a questionnaire about their health and medical histories.
Samantha Selinger-Morris Alternative health treatments and online wellness gurus are flourishing, even though their therapies can cause more harm than good.
Jennifer Jolly Turns out turning off your mobile phone isn't necessarily the healthier option.
Judy Rose And possible solutions to reduce time pressure and stress.
Roni Caryn Rabin They can remind users to pack tampons, take birth control pills or have a breast exam.
Linda Blair How multitasking affects efficiency, accuracy and our ability to learn.
Laren Stover It doesn't hurt to indulge in the cloudy charms of melancholy, writes Laren Stover.
Olive Franks* My abstinence has never lasted. But this time it's different.
Ellen Connolly What can you do if a manager's constant agitation is rubbing off on you?
Rachel Feltman If that headline seemed shocking or offensive to you, we need to have a little chat.
Seth Porges An evidence-backed guide for hacking your wake-up routine.
Ellie Krieger Experts weigh in on what is the most simple way to improve health and well-being.
Tara Parker-Pope Research shows 'not bad, not good' relationships can be quite detrimental to health.
Kasey Edwards Oprah may have made $45 million in a day when she bought a stake in Weight Watchers in the US, but she paid for it in credibility.
Scott D'Arcy A new study suggests a month of abstinence may help more than just your bank account.
Evelyn Lewin Try applying paleo principles to bedtime for a better night's rest, suggests Evelyn Lewin.
Rex Huppke When it comes to workplace bullying, we often focus on the hammers and not the needles.
Work from home
Cindy Krischer Goodman The ability to take calls from your comfy couch sounds enticing. But is it efficient?
On your feet
Elahe Izadi A new study suggests sitting is no worse than standing for a person who doesn't otherwise move his or her body.
Locke Hughes It's nice to be nice, but knowing when (and how) to say no is crucial to your sanity.
A new hope
Disney is teaming up with a British bionics firm to make kids' prosthetics modelled off cartoon heroes
Jenny Noyes Prosthetic limbs inspired by Frozen, Star Wars and Iron Man look cool enough - but they function even better.
Mental health stigma
Emma Batha Despite high levels of PTSD, anxiety and depression in the Palestinian territory, families often avoid seeking help for their daughters.
Jan Hoffman College students in the US are getting permission to keep pets in their dorm rooms to help them cope with mental health issues.
Craig Butt, Health Reporter Women will be able to collect their own tissue samples and send them off for testing under world-first changes to Australia's cervical cancer screening program.
Clementine Ford 'Menstruation packs' for adolescent women are a great idea. But what would one for seasoned bleeders look like?
Jenna Price Nimco Ali wears a fanny suit that comes in four different colours. And she has a very serious message.
Jessica Irvine Turn that frown upside down: new research reveals happiness rises with old age.
Anxious and okay
Emma Brancatisano A week after R U OK Day, the reality of mental illness continues daily for a quarter of young Australians.
Sarah Berry Anger is a natural, healthy emotion that is sometimes warranted but it can also hijack us, says new research.
Amina Khan Researchers found people rated others' skin as softer than theirs, regardless of whether it actually was.
Signs of fatigue
Jeff Cattel It's not just endless yawns, heavy eyes and sleeping in on the weekends.
Sarah Knapton Companies who force employees to start work earlier are likely to be hurting their output and health.
Anna Hart New research shows forgiveness brings huge physical and mental benefits, says Anna Hart.
Sarah Berry Friendships have the strength to make or break your school years... and your health.
Laura Newcomer Sick of staring at the ceiling at 3am? These tips might improve your chances at sleep.
Brady Dennis That moment comes earlier than adults might expect, according to a new report.
Caitlin Dewey The web has supposedly filled us with FOMO, made us fake and torpedoed love. But it has also made us measurably happier.
Kasey Edwards These demands from men are upsetting, particularly when the woman ends up having to pay for the beauty treatments.
Power of giving
Terri Yablonsky Stat If there's a magic pill for happiness and longevity, we may have found it.
Ariana Eunjung Cha If you're a hard-charging workaholic who practically sleeps at the office, this research should give you pause.
Kasey Edwards A group of anonymous online anti-fat warriors have been congregating on 4Chan and Reddit and targeting high profile women.
Ariana Eunjung Cha Editors of a US medical journal published the essay in the hope it will "gnaw on the consciences of readers who may recall an instance of their own repugnant behaviour".
Julia Medew Health Editor The company behind the world's first drug approved to treat low sexual desire in women is hoping to bring the "pink pill" to Australia.
Drugs & Alcohol
Paula Goodyer Like heart disease and some cancers, the risk of getting into trouble with alcohol or drugs can run in families.
Michael Koziol Advocates say the protracted fight for gay marriage will take its toll on vulnerable LGBTI youth.
Linda McSweeny Is it better to work in short bursts or slowly and steadily?
Bianca Hall It often comes from dysfunctional parents, family violence or severe poverty, the royal commission was told.
Karen Kaplan The results offer the first side-by-side comparison of the two processes.
Being forced to grow up before they are ready can be very damaging mentally and physically.
Kate Jones Lies are harder than ever to maintain in this age of social media.
"A therapist once told me she wouldn't use my preferred because in 'the real world' nobody would see me as male."
Women and suicide
Jenna Price The rate and number of women who kill themselves is immovable. And there is another number that is soaring.
Amy Corderoy If, like me, you were a fat kid, this will probably not come as a surprise to you.
Gretchen Reynolds Researchers scrutinise what effect a walk might have on a person's tendency to brood.