About one in nine Aussie kids have asthma so it's important to know what it is and what to do if someone has an attack
Thinking ahead about asthma risks can minimise the impact of illness on your child's quality of life
Asthma needn't stop students enjoying regular physical activity as long as it is managed well
Schools are at the front line when it comes to dealing with serious food allergies. So what do teachers and carers need to know?
Are you allowed to bring peanut butter sandwiches to school? Sometimes teachers need to ban this popular lunchbox food because nuts can make some students sick
Good fitness when you're younger means you're less likely to develop type 2 diabetes as you get older
If you're trying to help your child manage type 2 diabetes with exercise, what do you need to know about workout intensity?
Having diabetes means that you need to be extra careful about your energy levels
Did you know that too much television can make you sick?
New guidelines suggest lactose intolerance in children be managed by adjusting dairy food choices and eating patterns, rather than eliminating dairy completely
Young people who resist participation in aerobic activities during physical education could possibly be encouraged to try weight training
Simple changes in diet and exercise can improve your health and ensure you don't develop diabetes or help manage the condition
Reducing body fat and increasing fitness can lessen the risk of young people being stricken by diabetes
A diagnosis of type 1 diabetes doesn't mean wrapping your child in cotton wool. New research shows that regular exercise can help
The prevalence of self-reported diabetes more than doubled in Australia between 1989-90 and 2004-05. So what do we need to know about this disease?
If you suffer from asthma, that doesn't mean you can't exercise. But you need to do some planning first
Within your body is a natural army that helps fight off germs. This army is called the 'immune system' and exercise can make it stronger