Signs of the Times
March 2006 Issue | Vol 121 No 3
Articles in This Issue:
There's a subtle difference between being religious and being spiritual.
In an attempt to get Austrian men to do a fairer portion of housework, one-day courses have been set up across the nation.
Giving your favourite family recipes a nutritional makeover can help you cut down on fat (especially the undesirable saturated type) and include more of the right carbohydrate and incorporate foods known to fight chronic diseases.
We live longer these days, so what are we doing with that extra time?
What promise did Jesus make to His disciples just before He died?
How God impacts our lives.
How do you become a winner? Lyndon Munetsi finds out from Kenya's marathon champion Elijah Lagat.
Medical Hotline with Dr James Wright
At what stage does human rights become wrong, and are we to judge? Robert Wolfgramm shares his view
A rest day is an essential ingredient of success
The Commonwealth Games model a family at play
There are many aspects to what makes a winner.
Most people already know that inactivity leads to poor health, but too much exercise has its own set of problems. Health and fitness writer Andrew Cate looks at how to strike a healthy balance.
I've married a man previously married. He smokes and drinks, and even though he knows it's bad for him, he can't quit
Landy was a champion runner, but as Nick Dunstan tells, he's better known for his good sportsmanship.
In and out of the pool, she's a champion.