Welcome to The Blue Room. Whether you’re raising a family, trying to improve your health and wellbeing, caring for an ageing loved one, or living with a health condition, you’ve come to the right place. We have information you can trust, and real stories to help inspire you to live a longer, healthier, happier life.
If you’re getting older or caring for an ageing loved one, Caring provides advice to help you stay at home longer, make informed decisions about care, be happy, engaged and socially active.View all Caring
We know hugs can make us feel good, but could they be good for our health? A new study has found a hug a day might just help keep the doctor away.
When 92-year-old Joyce Scott reflects on her service during World War II, she has mixed emotions.
From pregnancy to birth, babies and beyond, Families provides helpful information and resources to help you raise healthier, happier children.View all Families
There are many theories bandied around suggesting you can plan a baby’s gender using different sex positions, timing or even the type of underwear… read more
Here are ten freezer friendly lunchbox fillers to help take the hassle out of making packed lunches for the kids.
If you’re committed to improving your health, Healthier has the information, inspiration and advice to help you reach your goals.View all Healthier
Without even realising it we probably make assumptions about eating disorders, body image and dieting.
It’s currently a trending hashtag but can you still be healthy even if you’re overweight so long as you’re fit?
Manage & Recover provides information and support to help you or a loved one with a heart condition, cancer or diabetes.View all Manage & Recover
We’ve all heard myths about deodorant or underwire bras causing breast cancer. So we talk to those in the know to sort fact from fiction.
Bill Gasiamis is a stroke survivor. At 37 he thought he was bullet proof but he suffered his first stroke. Read more about his story here.
Your loved ones might be struggling to deal with your heart attack. Here’s how to help them while still putting your needs first.