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|Living with Parkinson’s3|
Sydney mother of two Paula Argy experienced the first sign of this degenerative neurological condition, which has no known cause, prevention or cure, on her wedding day 17 years ago. Today, she’s still active, happy and making the most of life
|The best advice my mum ever gave me...3|
We asked our readers to share their favourite words of wisdom from their mothers. Here's what they had to say...
|Irrigation Systems in Bali 2|
Bali’s emerald rice terraces are a photographer’s dream. They are also home to the world’s oldest continuously used irrigation system, run on a unique mix of religious, agricultural and social traditions.
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|When and why did the world’s rainforests start to disappear?2|
It is hard to estimate how much of the world’s surface was covered with woodland in the past. But what is certain is that our ancestors were burning and hacking down forests as soon as they learnt how to use fire and make sharp tools, at least 250,000 years ago. The process accelerated with the arrival of agriculture around 11,000 years ago. Forests were cleared to make arable land and pasture. Through the Bronze and Iron Ages, wood was used as a fuel to cook and to provide warmth, build houses, make weapons, furniture, boats and ships, and heat kilns and smelting furnaces.
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What do we mean when we say “normal”? Welcome to the Normal Bar, a new survey that might actually help us answer this question.
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|The Healing Power of Prayer2|
Evidence shows a strong link between faith and your health.
|Five things to do in 20122|
With an extra day to enjoy life, 2012 is the year to try something new and find time for the things you love. Here’s our list for things to try in 2012.
|How to keep New Year’s resolutions2|
New year’s resolutions are easy to make, but not so easy to keep. Find advice to help you stick to your resolutions and achieve your goal this year.
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