It’s The Bodies Balancing Act Our bodies are constantly working to maintain balance. A fancy word for this action is called homeostasis. An example of homeostasis is our body temperature, our body fights to keep it at around 37°C. If our bodies get too hot (fever) for too long we die, and if we get … Read more
Your Club has accessed ‘last minute’ cruise deals. You’ll find unbelievable pricing, up to three months notice, multiple cruise lines, and referral bonuses. These amazing deals are exclusive to club our club members! Last Minute Cruise 1 SAVE 27% 18 night Fly/Stay/Cruise holiday package from $2999 depart Sydney for Honolulu 2 April 2019 CRUISE/FLY/STAY package … Read more
Dave always thought of himself as a handyman fixing things around the house that need some TLC. Last summer Dave thought the roof on his eighteen- year old house was in-need of a good clean. Over the years Dave’s terracotta tiles had been growing a garden of dusty greyish green Lichen. The roof had a … Read more
I recently visited my GP service and was advised it was time to have my “cholesterol” checked again. This was suggested because my last test showed that my bad and total cholesterol was raised, while at the same time my triglycerides were great and my good cholesterol was fine as well. So I requested that … Read more
It is common for many dogs of all ages to suffer from separation anxiety. This can cause a lot of concern for owners and even damage to their property. There are behavioural modification you can do though to ease your dog’s anxiety. 5 minutes before leaving and entering the house pay your dog no attention – … Read more
Travel and holiday accommodation booking websites have had a tremendous impact on the travel industry and are used by millions of people to book the accommodation they want at the best prices. But are they getting the best possible deal? For obvious reasons, operators of hotels and resorts do not want to display there lowest … Read more
I will never eat this. Decreasing the risk of heart attack and stroke is unlikely. It could even increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, contribute to heart valve stenosis, damage the microvascular, cause greater ischemic stroke damage and more. If your GP recommends you eat it ask him/her to read the article and the listed research and see what they have to say then.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia are diseases close to me. Mum is not the Mum I knew most of my life. My wife and I spent years caring for her Mum before she passed. Her long term GP wrote “cause of death – dementia” on the last document relating to her life. It’s difficult to care for those … Read more
On a recent Boomers Club Rambling Adventure Tour Event our first stop was the St Annes winery (some nice whites and a couple of good Heathcote reds) and after topping up it was off to the Daylesford farmers market for a stroll before lunch. This is a large farmers market with many craft products and … Read more
We are now well into Spring and the weather is starting to improve. It’s time to think about getting the BBQ out! Our friend Jack Thompson from BroBBQ provides some tips for matching BBQ and wine and beer. This is the first of a series of extensive guides, tasty recipes & advice about the great tradition of American BBQ.