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Could your choice of cooktop increase your child’s risk of asthma?

A shocking new study Prevalence of asthma More than 2.5 million Australians have asthma – or about one in nine. […]

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Fabry’s disease

April is International Fabry’s Awareness Month Fabry’s is a disease which people suffer from but may not know of it. […]

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Why your phone puts your children at risk

The dangers of ‘distracted parenting’ We’ve all been guilty at least once of taking our kids to the playground, beach […]

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All you need to know about allergies

What is an allergy? Allergies are a common occurrence in Australia – on average one in five of us experience […]

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Palliative Care: what you need to know

What is palliative care? Palliative care is designed to improve the quality of life for those in the last stages […]

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Measles: what you need to know

Your go-to guide for measles Measles is a highly infectious disease that is usually spread through air-borne droplets of the […]

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Thunderstorm Asthma: what is it and why should Queenslanders be wary?

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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