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That's Helpful with Ed Stott

May 25, 2023

There is nothing more irritating than being told you're 'hormonal', but hormones do play a huge role in the way our brains operate. So what’s really going on up there?

Dr Sarah McKay is a neuroscientist & the author of the Women's Brain Book: The Neuroscience of Health, Hormones and Happiness.

We explore our brains &...

May 23, 2023

We know so little about getting a great nights sleep ourselves, it's no wonder we're baffled when it comes to helping kids get quality rest. But, that’s what we’re going to tackle on today’s episode of That’s Helpful with me Ed Stott.

My guest today is Sarah Ockwell Smith, she’s a gentle parenting expert (she...

May 18, 2023

Despite previously working as a war correspondent, when New York Times journalist Damien Cave moved to Australia from the US, he was shocked by the Aussie approach to risk taking.

Our national loves of nippers & surfing turned what his own country had taught him about risk & how it should be managed on its head.

He says...

May 11, 2023

If the Kardashian's 5th private jet trip of the morning has you left you wondering why you're bothering with mushy paper straws & an over-worked reusable coffee cup, you are not alone! 

Fear not though, all is not lost & there are some very good reasons to stay sustainable.

Kate Hall is a sustainability blogger &...

May 4, 2023

Many of us have grown up with the idea that unless exercise is painful, it’s not working - no pain, no gain right? But what if we could work with our bodies to make exercise easier, more effective and more enjoyable?

Growing research has found that most of the exercise plans we’re following are designed for men, and...