Social Science

BYSTANDERS’ who see school-yard bullying can intervene and stop it in about 10 seconds but when aggression moves online, young cyber peer groups become unsure of what to do.

SHOPPERS want food labels that have already done the hard sums on nutritional value for them, and Perth’s grocery buyers have recently revealed their appetite for food labels rests with the Health Star Rating (HSR) system.

IT WOULD not surprise many people to learn that being a new mum coupled with working is quite stressful but WA researchers have determined that this high stress level remains constant throughout the first eight years of their children’s lives.

Tackling teen body image at home

Wednesday, 02 March 2016

IT IS no secret that body image impacts a large portion of West Australians, with eating disorders affecting an estimated 1 million Australians at the end of 2012.

BALI’S lure for local fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workers seems to be the holiday mecca’s cheap cost, the quick time it takes to get there, the urge to experience a new culture and the fact that it is well away from the mine site.

A WA study has given mothers’ groups the thumbs-up for promoting community and well-being among Perth mums.

WHY ask customers to build their own burger? Or design their own shoes?

IF VALENTINE’S Day has you looking for love on the internet, you might be surprised to learn your online dating profile photo reveals more than you think.

The benefits of "mummy blogging"

Thursday, 11 February 2016

IN OUR digitally evolving age, we are seeing the rise of a new sensation—“mummy blogging”.

LOSE weight? Exercise more? Write that novel? Get a better job? Good luck if one of those was your 2016 New Year's resolution.

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