• OCTOBER 26, 2018

    Hay Fever Season

    Hay fever (allergic rhinitis) is common in spring as it is often caused by an allergic reaction to grass and sea pollens. For many people who suffer from hay fever, spring time is a menace. It can affect 1 in 5 people and is common in both adults and children. You can also have an

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    • OCTOBER 26, 2018

    Fighting Meningococcal Disease

    Meningococcal disease is caused by a number of different strains of the bacterium Neisseria meningitidis. The bacterium is commonly found in the upper respiratory tract of people and is spread between people through infected droplets in the air. Meningococcal disease is a rare bacterial disease. In Australia it affects approximately 300 people per year. Although

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    • APRIL 30, 2014

    Why childhood immunisations are so important

    We are here to educate and support parents on making their decision to immunise their children – here are five good reasons why childhood immunisations are so important! Immunisations can save your child’s life – due to advances in medical science, your child can be protected against more disease than ever before! Vaccination is safe

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    • APRIL 28, 2014

    Preventative healthcare helps us all

    Thanks to medical research – people are now living much longer than they used to! While expanding your life span is good, it is only as good as the quality of life you are living. Many of the elderly have chronic conditions that overwhelm their daily activities or they get diseases repeatedly, which ultimately results

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