Life Matters - Separate stories podcast

Life Matters is your guide to contemporary Australian life. Be part of rich conversations on relationships, family, parenting, education, work, health and consumer issues.

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/lifematters/

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Insomnia impacts more than just your beauty sleep


Some of us complain about one bad nights sleep, but for 15 per cent of the population chronic insomnia disorder is interrupting much needed pillow talk.


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Why are we so fired up about minimum chips?


No matter where you live, even if you're hundreds of kilometres from the sea, every town has a fish 'n' chip shop. And it turns out that everyone has an opinion on the most prevalent item on the menu - minimum chips.


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Talkback - are we too politically correct?


Have you been told certain topics of conversations 'aren't PC'? Do you feel like you have to bite your tongue before you give your opinion?


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Burning question - is a vegan diet healthy?


Veganism is on the rise but there are concerns that an increase in vitamin and mineral deficiencies could follow. Let's find out what constitutes a healthy vegan diet.


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Program providing mentoring and cultural links for Aboriginal children


Children like to know about their past. But what if you've been separated from your culture and kin? An Indigenous-led organisation is stepping in to fill this gap for Aboriginal children in foster care, providing mentoring, connections to culture and pra


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Attaining a happier and more content life in old age


Getting older is usually viewed in negative terms. With increased age, our mental wellbeing can suffer too. But the good news is there’s a better understanding today about the things that will make us happier and more content once we hit our mid-sixties a


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Using our own sense of doom to effect change


When you think of what our future will look like, do you find it hard to be optimistic? Monash University is trading on our sense of doom by kicking us awake in a pop up exhibition called A Future Without Change.


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A celebration of the second act - changing the narrative on ageing


Author Kelly Doust says that while getting older has never looked so good, for many women later life can be fraught with challenges. She wants to change the narrative for older women in a culture that worships youth rather than experience.


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Why we judge people based on where they live


Suburb-shaming is rife in every town, in every city - even in regional areas. So, why do we do it? And how does it impact the people who call that place home?


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Yea wetlands creating a bridge between cultures


A small country town is connecting with its Indigenous past and present and creating an environmental and cultural legacy for the future. Fiona Gruber went to Yea in central Victoria, where an award-winning wetlands and water discovery centre have reimag


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