I had the pleasure of speaking with Kate Hansen, cast member from the organ donation documentary Dying to Live about life on the waiting list. Continue reading “Dying to Live cast member Kate Hansen has been on the transplant waiting list for six years”
Whilst things like eating well and regular physical activity are important, the quality but not necessarily the quantity of the people in your life also contribute significantly to your health. Continue reading “3 lessons on living a good life from an 80-year long Harvard study on happiness and wellbeing”
Zaidee Turner, a 7-year old from Shepparton, Victoria, is the youngest organ and tissue donor in Australia’s history. Now more than a decade later she has the nation talking about the life-saving qualities of transplants through Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation. Continue reading “How 7-year old Zaidee Turner saved numerous lives and inspired Australia to speak about organ and tissue donation”
Coss Marte is proof that second chances in life are possible. He went from being imprisoned for dealing drugs to starting his own fitness company, ConBody, in New York City inspired by the workout regime he developed when he did his time. Continue reading “Coss Marte, former inmate turned CEO, is helping people in New York and around the world improve their fitness”
I had the pleasure of interviewing bionic actress Angel Giuffria about growing up without a left arm, biomechatronics, acting, discrimination and her research in psychology.
She was such a lovely person to interview. We shared plenty of laughs and nerdy talk about prosthetic limb technology. There are also beautiful moments where the interview becomes more personal and emotive.
Louise Delage, a 25-year old Parisian woman, rose to fame when she hit the Instagram scene on the 1st of August this year. She enjoys a glamorous life of food, drinks, friends and travel. In just a few months she attracted more than 17,000 followers. So, who is she? Continue reading Who is this French Instagram star and what is her hidden public health message?
Millions of people around the world still do not have access to early cancer detection methods. Research has shown that detecting cancer early can lead to greater treatment outcomes and quality of life. Early detection is the closest we have to a cure. Continue reading Smartphones could change the way population cancer screening is done in the future