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After years of trying sleeping pills, therapy and the latest herbal remedies, Marina Benjamin decided to reimagine how she saw her insomnia.
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Judy Kolt was three years old when her parents fled to Warsaw to escape Hitler's onslaught. It didn't work. Her story is in a new recipe book from Jewish grandparents called "Just Add Love".
A new game based training tool has proven effective in improving focus, attention spans, and social behaviours for younger children with learning difficulties.
Birds are a significant part of our urban ecology and provide the soundscape in regional areas, but how much do we really know about them?
Ndaba Mandela learned lessons about life and justice from his grandfather Nelson Mandela, while living with him during his childhood.
After years of debate, research proves the "midlife crisis" is real and it's likely to affect everyone regardless of gender, sexuality or class.
Jessica Ferrari found reading and spelling difficult at school until her teacher introduced her to poetry and she found the power of words.
They make us happy and brighten up our homes, but how bad are cut flowers for the environment?
John Birmingham reflects on what he learned about grief, and himself, when his father died.
What impact are sprawling suburbs built on our cities fringes having on our sense of community?