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Take your brain for a walk

Walking has been celebrated since the dawn of time for it’s related mental and physical health benefits. Some of us […]

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How the 2017-18 Federal Budget affects your health – Part 2: Medicine, vaccinations, mental health and more

Following on from our last post about how the 2017-18 federal budget affects Medicare and the National Disability Insurance Scheme, […]

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Celebrating Mother’s Day with elderly relatives

Mother’s Day is a special time to celebrate and honour the women who have helped shape our lives. While the […]

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How the 2017-18 federal budget affects your health – Part 1: Medicare and the NDIS

Medicare rebates There’s no doubt the biggest health question in the lead up to the 2017-18 federal budget was how […]

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Heart Week 2017: millions of Aussies with untreated high blood pressure

According to the Heart Foundation, more than four million Australians are walking around with a “ticking time-bomb”, either not knowing […]

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To ‘like’ or not to ‘like? How we really feel about interacting with social media

Social media plays an enormous role in modern day existence. With Facebook having almost 2 billon active users it’s easy […]

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What is it like to donate blood, and what happens to your blood after you donate?

Donating blood is not just a five-minute process. You can’t simply walk in, get hooked up to a machine and […]

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Measles cases demonstrate the importance of vaccination

You may think measles is a disease of the past, but in fact there have already been at least 35 […]

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Looking for a career in healthcare? Here are some professions you may not have considered

When it comes to healthcare there are many careers to choose from. It’s a vast industry with plenty of interesting […]

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