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Thunderstorm Asthma: What is it and why should Queenslanders be weary?

It’s unlikely that when a thunderstorm occurs the first thing you’re trying to find is your asthma inhaler, but don’t […]

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The end of peanut allergies in sight

New vaccine on the horizon Scientists in America are getting closer and closer to creating a vaccine that prevents allergic […]

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Universal Healthcare: World Health Day

World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year on April 7, the founding day of the […]

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Headphones and your kids: what you need to know

Headphones can affect kids ears, so what do you really need to know. Kids use headphones in the schoolyard It’s […]

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Make sure your Easter isn’t ruined by allergies

It’s that time of year again when Easter eggs are filling the shelves, alongside hot cross buns. It’s the time […]

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Up and away: the impact flying can have on your health

These school holidays, many people will take to the skies, unaware of the risks flying can pose to their health. […]

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Why people are wearing purple today

Purple Day (26th March) is a global initiative dedicated to raising awareness of epilepsy. Purple Day was founded in 2008 […]

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Free flu vaccines for children under 5

The Queensland Government is hoping to prevent a repeat of last year’s influenza epidemic by extending its free flu vaccines, […]

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WEATHER WARNING: Cyclone Nora headed for Queensland

Far North Queensland residents have been put on notice, after meteorologists predicted a Category 3 cyclone would cross the Queensland […]

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