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How do you stay fit and healthy when working from home?

This might seem like a frivolous question given people worldwide are fighting for their lives and others are risking them, but it's one a lot of the newly working from home are asking.

Far from being of benefit to people with extreme mental illness, awareness campaigns around eating disorders can actually cause harm, and are really more for women who "just feel a bit shit about their bodies".

We’re making ourselves sick with the publicity of eating disorders

Far from being of benefit to people with extreme mental illness, awareness campaigns around eating disorders can actually cause harm, and are really more for women who "just feel a bit shit about their bodies".

Stop blaming the supermarket ogliopoly for buying packaged, processed food from big corporations, says <b>Phillip O'Neal</b>: most Australians <em>can</em> afford and access fresh, locally-produced fare -- they're just too lazy.

Reality check: you can afford locally-grown fresh food

Stop blaming the supermarket ogliopoly for buying packaged, processed food from big corporations, says Phillip O'Neal: most Australians can afford and access fresh, locally-produced fare -- they're just too lazy.

It is easy to bash the grocery heavies, but to really address the issue of healthy eating, a multi-faceted approach is required -- one that looks at social and health factors as much as economic ones, writes <b>Jon Wardle</b>.

Grocery retail dominance is a threat to public health

It is easy to bash the grocery heavies, but to really address the issue of healthy eating, a multi-faceted approach is required -- one that looks at social and health factors as much as economic ones, writes Jon Wardle.

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