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Why women’s health is so important

Good health should be every woman’s main priority. But many put their own needs to the side and place their family’s health ahead of their own. Leading busy lives, and juggling work and family, many women don’t take the time needed to stay on top of their health and well-being. Read on to find out…
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Tips on how to keep your asthma under control

Asthma can strike at any time, anywhere. For some people, it may be exercise-induced. Which can be worse when the air is cold and try. For others, it could be occupational asthma that’s triggered by workplace irritants such as chemical fumes, gases, or dust. Then there is allergy-induced asthma, triggered by airborne substances, such as…
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How a GP can assist with antenatal care

General practitioners (GPs) are medical doctors who promote general health and treat many different health problems. Your GP is likely to be the first health professional you see when you become pregnant or suspect you may be pregnant. They can talk to you about your options for pregnancy care and the birth. Your choices, and…
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Signs of diabetes & ensuring you get checked

Diabetes is a health condition in which your body has difficulty converting glucose (a type of sugar) into energy. This leads to high levels of sugar in the blood (hyperglycaemia). Your blood glucose levels are normally controlled by a hormone called insulin, which converts glucose into energy. Diabetes occurs when your pancreas can’t produce insulin…
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Asthma management for children & teens

Asthma is a common condition caused by narrowing of the small air passages in the lungs. The narrowing happens when air passages become swollen and inflamed, causing an increase in mucus production. In addition, the muscle bands around the air passages become tighter. These changes make it harder for air to get in and out of…
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The importance of cervical screening tests

Cervical screening has taken over from what most women remember as the pap test or pap smear and while similar, it is equally important in predicting cervical cancer. Cervical screening replaced the pap smear as a diagnostic tool to predict cervical cancer in 2017. While the original pap smear would swab for abnormal cells within…
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Can you reduce your risk of high blood pressure?

High blood pressure can be a silent killer because many people have it and don’t even know so we look at ways you can reduce your risk. Hypertension – also known as high blood pressure – affects a lot of people and while some require medications to treat it, others can reduce blood pressure risk…
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How much should you exercise each week?

How much should you exercise each week? Some people exercise a lot while others may not be able to or shy away from it. Some of us are just too busy. The past 18 months with various places in lockdown have also made it harder to play organised sport or get out for a walk.…
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Could You Benefit From High-Intensity Interval Training? Book A Health Check With Us To Find Out More

Could You Benefit From High-Intensity Interval Training? Book A Health Check With Us To Find Out More Did you know that, according to the Department Of Health, more than half of all Australian adults are not active enough [1]? And while our sedentary lifestyle is negatively impacting our short- and long-term health, it can often…
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