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Shed TV – September 2014

2 September 2014

Check out what’s new on the Shed Online this September. We’re continuing our focus from last month on Dementia, and featuring a few new activities and member articles.

Nature. Beauty. Gratitude.

1 September 2014

Nature’s beauty can be easily missed — but not through Louie Schwartzberg’s lens.

Mental health first aid fills knowledge gap

1 September 2014

Traditional first aid courses are all about the body. Yet we're more likely to encounter someone with a mental health problem than someone needing CPR.

What moves you?

1 September 2014

Who would have thought than cleaning the toilet or weeding the garden could be good for you?

beyondblue Invisible Discriminator campaign

1 September 2014

beyondblue has launched the Invisible Discriminator, an Australian-first campaign that shows the devastating psychological effect that subtle racism has on Indigenous Australians.

Unlocking asthma inhaler technique

29 August 2014

Incorrect asthma inhaler technique is one of the leading causes of poorly-controlled asthma. Despite receiving adequate treatment, poor adherence and using asthma inhalers incorrectly contributes to people not getting the most out of their medicines.

What this Aussie musician does with a carrot will make your jaw drop

25 August 2014

Linsey Pollak, an Australian musician and instrument maker, turns a carrot into a clarinet using an electic drill a carrot and a saxophone mouthpiece, and plays it all in a matter of 5 minutes.

This 10-square-kilometre mirror is made of salt

22 August 2014

This natural wonder is covered by a thick salt crust that lies over a pool of brine that is rich in lithium, a metal. It’s believed that 50 to 70 percent of the world’s lithium reserves are in this place.

7 Myths About The Brain You Thought Were True

19 August 2014

A short video that clears up a few myths about your brain.

This is what happens in your brain when you’re writing

15 August 2014

A team of neuroscientists has scanned the brains of professional and novice writers when creating a work of fiction to get a glimpse of their creative process.

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