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4 Tips To Help You Break Free From Binge Eating

How To Put An End To The Binge Eating Cycle BY DR SARAH HUGHES When you’re stuck in the binge eating cycle it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and hopeless.  You might manage to refrain from binge eating for a period only to revert to old patterns a few days or weeks later.   Below are […]

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What Teen Girls Need To Know About Dieting

Dieting Wisdom For Teen Girls BY DR SARAH HUGHES I hate this time of year. The start of formal season, where high school students start to plan what they’ll wear and who they’ll take to their end of year formal. Why am I such a formal scrooge? Because every year formal season reminds me that […]

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Postnatal Depression: 5 Tips To Help New Mums Fight Back

Tips For Coping With Postnatal Depression BY DR SARAH HUGHES Having a baby is life changing.  Parenthood is extremely rewarding but when your little bundle of joy won’t sleep or feed its challenging to say the least.  Between 10-20% of women develop postnatal depression and to be honest I’m surprised more women don’t get it.  […]

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Is NAPLAN Putting Too Much Pressure On Young Kids?

NAPLAN: Is It Making Kids Anxious? BY DR SARAH HUGHES Each year more and more Year 12 students seek help for HSC stress. Why are Year 12 students so stressed? Because the hype surrounding the HSC created by parents, peers, teachers, and the wider school community is phenomenal. Schools are under pressure to help students […]

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7 Tips To Help Your Toddler Follow Instructions

How To Build Listening Skills In Your Toddler BY DR SARAH HUGHES Toddlerhood is a challenging time for parents. Tantrums aside, kids develop many new skills between the ages of 1 and 4, but listening is a skill that many toddlers struggle with. Toddlers might have difficulty following instructions for a number of reasons.  Some toddlers […]

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