Feature for the Sydney Morning Herald ‘Essential’ health section about abdominal bloating by Fran Molloy, published Jan 29, 2009
FRAN MOLLOY is an experienced Australian freelance journalist, editor and educator whose work is regularly published in the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, BBC, ABC Online, G Magazine, BRW, Medical Observer, Education Review, Campus Review, Pharmacy News, and many other Australian and international outlets including the South China Morning Post, UK Overseas, Whole Life Times in the US and South Africa’s Business Day. She runs the Freeline journalism network, is a regular judge of the Walkley Awards and lectures in Environmental Journalism at the Sydney campus of New York University.
Mobile phones, computer screens and even gaming consoles carry health risks; this article in The Age explores common health problems for users of technology.
In this SMH article, permaculture co-founder David Holmgren says a social revolution is imminent as oil production declines; food security can come from suburban backyard gardens.
Scottish sci-fi writer Charlie Stross recently claimed that he reads more while scanning his morning bookmarks than most 18th-century readers would have got through in a year. In this feature article, freelance journalist Fran Molloy talks to a time-management expert and gets some organising strategies to cope when technology becomes a ‘work amplifier.’