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  • Friday, 31st January 2014
  • Dangers associated with pain relief

    They can be a simple solution to crippling, constant pain. But thousands of Australians who are prescribed pain relief are finding that instead of making life more bearable, it can have the opposite effect.
  • Thursday, 23rd January 2014
  • Weightloss Warriors

    They're the New Year diets that actually work and will make those extra kilos disappear. On A Current Affair, Australia's weight-loss heroes who shed their sizes and know they'll keep it off. We reveal the plans that will work best for you.
  • Wednesday, 15th January 2014
  • 'Magic' weight loss pill's dangerous side effects revealed

    Australia's most popular weight loss program; a "magic" pill, with celebrity backing. Shipments from overseas can't arrive quick enough – but many are warning the side effects are excruciating. A Current Affair looks at the controversial health fad doctors want banned.
  • Tuesday, 14th January 2014
  • Better memory, simple as ordering cup of coffee

    For the cost of just a few dollars a day you could help to improve your memory, and it's as simple as ordering an espresso, cappuccino or latte. Tonight, we look at the miracle memory loss cure that's been under our noses this whole time.
  • Friday, 10th January 2014
  • Chronic Pain Relief

    It's the treatment offering pain relief from top to toe. An all-natural remedy that gives hope to the one in five Australians suffering from chronic pain. And it could help sufferers manage their pain through the day without the need for pills or prescriptions.
  • 50 & Fabulous

    They're some of the most beautiful women in the world and they're all in their 50s. A Current Affair takes a look at 50 being the new 40 and the secrets to living young and looking fabulous.
    If loud, obnoxious, sensitive and claiming racism and sexism where there is none is fabulous then they are FABULOUS
  • Thursday, 2nd January 2014
  • Does anti-bacterial really stop germs?

    Once upon a time, soap and water were all you needed to keep your home and family clean. Now, if you believe the hype, these popular anti-bacterial liquids are essential for stopping the spread of germs.
  • Wednesday, 1st January 2014
  • Australia's weight-loss Queen

    It might only be the first day of the year, but meet the woman set to become an inspiration to thousands after losing a whopping 100 kilograms. We find out Aimee's secret to beating the battle of the bulge.
  • Tuesday, 24th December 2013
  • Health warnings for older drinkers

    It's the season to be jolly but Aussie seniors should be aware of that extra drink. That's the message from health experts this festive season.
  • Wednesday, 11th December 2013
  • New affordable way to fight back pain

    It's an odd looking device but it's the new affordable way to fight back pain. High profile athletes and long-term back pain sufferers claim the Oov is providing newfound relief.

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