Health – it’s the cornerstone of our existence. But instead of taking your chances with “Dr Google”, we have a suite of health experts and professionals writing for The New Daily‘s monthly ‘Health’ special edition, a guide for anyone who is interested in health, wellbeing and fitness.
Want to do strength training at any age? What do experts think about cinnamon being touted as a possible ‘obesity cure’? What do you need to know if you’re considering cosmetic injections? These questions and more are answered in the first edition, which will be launched on November 26.
‘Health’ editor Mahsa Fratantoni, an accomplished journalist who trained at the World Health Organisation, says health news could be confusing with a new trend or health tip emerging almost daily.
“But with a team of specialist journalists who understand the nuances of health reporting, we help you make up your own mind,” she says.
“We go beyond the headlines and the research abstract to find out what is really going on.
“We’re bringing you the best and the latest in wellbeing, nutrition, fitness and medical science so that you can make healthy choices but also to help you stay up to date on the issues affecting all Australians.”
The first edition of ‘Health’ will be sent to TND subscribers in a special Sunday newsletter.
Readers who are not subscribers can sign up by email to receive future editions free each month.
‘Health’ joins TND‘s expanding stable of specialist publications, which already includes a monthly residential housing guide called ‘Your Property’ and ‘Away’, a specialist travel offering.
The New Daily is an online-only news company owned by industry super funds, making it a genuinely locally-owned and operated business held by thousands of regular hard-working Australians through their retirement savings.
Since launching in late 2013, it has enjoyed strong growth. For the past six months, it has appeared frequently in the top 20 news websites in the country, as ranked by Nielsen’s digital ratings. If foreign-owned media companies are subtracted from Nielsen’s ratings, The New Daily enters the top 10.