We had our two-car attached to our home garage converted into a modern state of the art what we like to refer to as Canine Castle.
Ms Ley said cancer survival rates had increased and the overall mortality rate had fallen by about 22 per cent over the past 34 years."And that's a welcome result, particularly as we're seeing an increase in the number of new cancer cases diagnosed each year," she said.
A recent report published by the Sax Institute found preventable chronic illnesses in those aged 45 and up were costing the health system billions of dollars.
Generally, prospective members are required to give personal details like age, location, interests, and hobbies before they can start browsing profiles of potential partners.
On most platforms, users can upload and check other users’ photos.
About 50 per cent of Australians are living with a chronic disease and 63 per cent of adults are now considered overweight or obese, according to the latest report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Despite those findings, the report also found 85 per cent of Australians said they thought they were in good or excellent health.
Bessie Hassan, Money Expert at au, says Australians will spend an extra .2 billion dollars on gifts this year.“With unemployment at the lowest level in three years and interest rates at an all time low, Australian shoppers are feeling confident and generous, ” she says.
Ms Hassan warns consumers that the festive season is an expensive time of year and many Aussies may end up paying off debt well into the New Year.“Don’t get bamboozled by all the pre-Christmas sales and hype - make a list and stick to it in order to avoid racking up debt that you can’t repay,” she says.
And while there were some improvements in the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, they continued to have lower life expectancy rates than non-Indigenous Australians — more than 10 years shorter.
Health Minister Sussan Ley said one in four Australians have two or more chronic diseases, such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, arthritis, asthma, back pain, diabetes or a mental health condition."The scales are also tipping in terms of our body weight, with 63 per cent of adults now considered overweight or obese — a increase of seven percentage points in the past 20 years."In fact we are one-and-a-half times worse than the OECD average."Ms Ley said the report found people living in rural and remote parts of Australia tended to have lower life expectancy than people living in major cities.
Using the provided information and specially defined algorithms, the online dating platform can suggest possible matches to the users.