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4 September 2015

Today Tonight-Arthritis pill

Just a few years ago even the idea of jogging caused Jana Tomajkova to wince. She started suffering from a very common problem in her mid-forties, osteoarthritis in her knees.

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3 September 2015

Today Tonight-Wrinkle Patches

It's an area of the body most people forget to protect.

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2 September 2015

Today Tonight-Pet Allergies

When animals incessantly scratch, many of us assume its fleas. What many owners don't realise is it could be a sign your pet has allergies.

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2 September 2015

Today Tonight-Red Wheatley

Jade lost his legs in a mining accident but he believes life's now better without them.

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1 September 2015

Today Tonight -Hero Teacher

An incredible classroom emergency at a WA school.

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27 August 2015

Today Tonight-Hypnosize

After years of struggling to lose weight, she thought she had tried everything.

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27 August 2015

Today Tonight-Credit cards

Most of us would have a credit card in our wallets. With the big banks and smaller lenders promising us rewards and vouchers for our business.

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27 August 2015

Today Tonight-Heath Ledger

Heath Ledger's father, Kim, is fronting a new campaign by not-for-profit group, Scriptwise.

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21 August 2015

Today Tonight -Therapy Gardens

We all feel relaxed in the garden, but what you probably don’t realise is your backyard could have healing powers.

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