Health and Wellbeing


Behaviours encouraged by your Fitbit can also be applied to your financial life.

Research finds increasing steps cuts death rate by 46%

Increasing daily steps from 1,000 to 10,000 a day can lower a sedentary person's chance of dying by 46 per cent, finds a new Australian research proving a direct link between exercises and pedometers, Fitbits and other popular devices.

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What comes next after a depression diagnosis.

You’ve been diagnosed with depression, now what?

So you're depressed. You know this because a health professional has told you so, or you've been depressed before and there is no mistaking the symptoms. Or perhaps you just suspect that you're depressed – you've used an online screening questionnaire that suggests the diagnosis, and just need to see a health professional to confirm it. What now?

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