FROM THE ED­I­TOR

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Body and Soul - - NEWS - – ELIN

As much I love the warm weather, I don’t rel­ish what sum­mer does to my hair. Sweat, swim­ming and sun­light can all play havoc with your tresses – not to for­get the hu­mid­ity – which is why we’ve called on the ex­perts to guide you through the warmer sea­sons for a se­ri­ously In­sta­gram-wor­thy do. Check out all the tips and prod­uct rec­om­men­da­tions on page 8.

Speak­ing of weather, if you’ve ever sus­pected it af­fects your moods, you’d be cor­rect. On page 12, we dis­sect the sci­ence be­hind this phe­nom­e­non. Did you know that with higher temps, peo­ple be­come more likely to ask some­one out or leave big­ger tips?

Chang­ing gear en­tirely, the sci­ence of well­ness is evolv­ing so rapidly, we can hardly keep up, and it can be dif­fi­cult to tell gen­uine break­throughs from well-mar­keted gim­micks. On page 4, we ex­am­ine the new trend of se­quenc­ing the DNA of your gut mi­crobes – an area which is re­ceiv­ing in­creas­ing amounts of at­ten­tion as it im­pacts on so many areas of your well­be­ing. We look at the new gen­er­a­tion of gut tests and what they can of­fer you.

On page 16, we’re ex­cited to de­but our new ad­vice col­umn, Off the Record. This week, it’s all about sex and we’ll have a ro­tat­ing line-up of ex­perts to an­swer your in­ti­mate and em­bar­rass­ing ques­tions. Go on, we know you’re cu­ri­ous!

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