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Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. It highlights the fact that Breast cancer is the most common cancer in Australian women. Did you know that it affects more than 15,000 Australians every year? Ongoing research by our nation’s experts is discovering how and why breast cancers start. This extensive research is helping to advance better treatments for breast cancer.

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National Diabetes Week 2019

We want to encourage you to come along and see a Doctor for a Diabetes test. Many Australian are walking around totally unaware that they have Diabetes. They are equally unaware of the dangerous situation they are in.

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What to eat if you have PCOS

You have just been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (otherwise know as PCOS) and have no idea what to eat! DON’T PANIC – here’s a simple guide to help you understand how to management this condition. What is PCOS?

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Iron Deficiency

Iron is needed by cells in your body to function properly. Most importantly, it forms part of the red blood cell that carries oxygen around the body.

Iron is required for production of red blood cells, a healthy immune system, good mental health, muscle function and energy production.

Iron deficiency occurs when iron stores are used up and not replenished. If prolonged, it can lead to iron deficiency anaemia.

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Travel Vaccines

Many travel related illnesses and diseases can be avoided by preventative care and having travel vaccinations. Vaccination recommended prior to travelling are: Cholera A watery diarrhoea illness, cholera is caused by infection of the intestine.

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Pelvic Health

Good pelvic health doesn’t tend to be on a woman’s mind until it’s gone.
Like back pain, when pelvic related problems strike they can be debilitating to everyday life and wellness.

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