Accidents can happen in sports so know how to deal with bumps to the head
Holidays are a time for relaxing and having fun, but it's really important to stay active and eat well
Being healthy is not just about looking after our bodies - we also have to pay attention to our minds
Thinking ahead about asthma risks can minimise the impact of illness on your child's quality of life
Asthma needn't stop students enjoying regular physical activity as long as it is managed well
Research suggests that schools can help students develop a stronger bones and a healthier future by encouraging growing bodies to be physically active
Have you ever seen a skeleton? They can be a bit creepy, but we all have one and taking care of all those bones is really important
Helping your children build strong bones will pay off over a lifetime
Playing sport and being active at school is great for students' health and well being. But how do we make sure they play safe and are protected?
Good fitness when you're younger means you're less likely to develop type 2 diabetes as you get older
If you're trying to help your child manage type 2 diabetes with exercise, what do you need to know about workout intensity?
What do you need to know before your school enters an organised, mass cycling event?
Could cycling to school give children the best possible start to their day?
So you reckon you've got this bike-riding thing beaten. How can you stay safe?
Could wireless computer games help children increase their activity levels?
What do Australian children see as being important to their health and well being? A NSW study provides valuable insights
Child health experts have warned that children taking part in competitive sports are at risk of burnout and overuse injuries
When your child needs to wear glasses, ball sports like cricket, netball and football can be a bit of a challenge
No one wants their children to get hurt but experts are now suggesting that not allowing them to play outside may be doing them harm
Evidence is mounting of the important role schools can play in combating the obesity epidemic
Sports are supposed to be all about good, healthy fun for everyone one involved. When ref rage rears its ugly head, everyone loses
Physical activity is important for everyone but there are a number of reasons why girls may feel less inclined to participate in organised sport than boys
It's just before the big game begins. You've got your uniform on, your sports shoes laced up and your mouth-guard in. But is your body ready?
Teens who laze their summer holidays away may find their fitness is back at square one on the first day of school
Regular physical activity can help every child lead a healthier, more rounded life. But for some children, particularly those with disabilities, a special effort needs to be made