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Exercise Effective Remedy For Depression

Exercise Effective Remedy For Depression

A recent systematic review published in the Journal of Science in Medicine and Sport has affirmed regular exercise is likely to be effective in the treatment of depression symptoms. More...
CanTeen Counselling Service

CanTeen Counselling Service

A free and confidential counselling service for young people living with cancer or who have lost a loved one to cancer is set to significantly expand after an additional $1 million grant was awarded to CanTeen by nib foundation. More...

Australia Leads The Way With HPV Vaccination Of Boys

Australia is on track to eliminate genital warts, thanks to a world leading vaccination program to tackle human papillomaviruses (HPVs), say experts presenting at the Australasian Sexual Health Conference in Darwin. More...
Bosisto's Lavender Packs

Bosisto's Lavender Packs

Take a tip from mother nature... with Bosisto's Lavender Oil and Spray - the perfect antidote to help calm the nerves, relieve stress and help send you off into a blissful night's sleep. More...
Kathryn Taranto

Kathryn Taranto

Kathryn Taranto talks about her extraordinary story of survival and what you need to know about Heart Disease, the number one killer for women. More...
Be U Not a Bully Forum for Parents and Teens

Be U Not a Bully Forum for Parents and Teens

Featuring Richmond FC and Jim Stynes Medal recipient Dan Jackson, My Kitchen Rules 2013 "Real Housewife" Melina Bagnato and 2014 Victorian of the Year, John Caldwell, this frank and very "real" panel discussion will focus on individual bullying or cyber bulling experiences but more importantly the choices and actions taken when confronted with negative feedback or situations. More...
1.5 million for 1.5 million Victorians 'Florence Nightingales'

1.5 million for 1.5 million Victorians 'Florence Nightingales'

Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria is the State’s peak body representing 1.5 million Victorians who live with fibromyalgia and over 150 other musculoskeletal conditions. More...
Elective Surgery and Emergency Care on Increase

Elective Surgery and Emergency Care on Increase

Hospital Quarterly has placed a special focus on elective surgery - doubling the number of hospitals profiled from 40 to more than 80 and showing the waiting times, numbers and types of elective surgery procedures performed. More...

Fiona Clark Sleep Problems Linked to Bullying Interview

Its My Health a consumer health website has reported that children who are bullies or are aggressive or have conduct problems at school and are more likely to be sleepy during the day according to a University of Michigan Medical School study. More...
Gemma Howorth World-First Solates Class Interview

Gemma Howorth World-First Solates Class Interview

With arguably the world’s most beautiful feet, Gemma will demonstrate how to maintain healthy and beautiful feet this summer, with simple exercises that can be performed in the comfort of your own home. More...
An Unhealthy Mouth can lead to Heart Disease

An Unhealthy Mouth can lead to Heart Disease

You’re probably aware that smoking, being overweight and having high cholesterol or high blood pressure can increase your risk of developing heart disease. Looking after your teeth and gums plays a vital role in maintaining a healthy heart. More...
Federal Government Clarifies Carer Allowance for Type 1 Diabetes

Federal Government Clarifies Carer Allowance for Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes Australia – Vic today congratulated the federal government and Minister Jenny Macklin on clarifying and simplifying arrangements for the carer allowance for carers of children with type 1 diabetes up to the age of sixteen. More...

Emotional Stress Proves to be a Pain in the Back

Local chiropractors are urging Victorians to reduce their emotional stress levels to help avoid back problems. Studies now show that while most people understood that physical stress can cause back pain, emotional pressure can also affect the spine. More...
Blood Clots and Stroke Fourth Indicator

Blood Clots and Stroke Fourth Indicator

Sometimes symptoms of a stroke are difficult to identify. Unfortunately, the lack of awareness spells disaster. The stroke victim may suffer severe brain damage when people nearby fail to recognise the symptoms of a stroke. More...
Chloe Cunningham No More Angels Lost to Bullying Interview

Chloe Cunningham No More Angels Lost to Bullying Interview

“No More Angels Lost to Bullying” aims to promote awareness of bullying against children and young adults and raise money for counselling services to help kids and families that are affected by bullying. More...
CPSA applauds Choice IPL and Laser Regulation Investigation

CPSA applauds Choice IPL and Laser Regulation Investigation

The Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia (CPSA) applauds a recent investigation by consumer magazine, CHOICE, which recommends increased regulation on the use of Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) and lasers for the removal of unwanted body hair. More...
Karen Kaye Complementary Medicines Are Medicines Too Interview

Karen Kaye Complementary Medicines Are Medicines Too Interview

Complementary medicines such as herbal supplements and vitamins are often considered less powerful than prescription medicines, but can still cause side effects in some people, and may interact with other medicines and food, according to NPS More...

Dr Weng Sam Type 2 Diabetes Medication Interview

The once daily medication, Trajenta® (linagliptin) will be available under the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) for the treatment of type 2 diabetes in combination with one of two existing medications, metformin or a sulphonylurea therapy. More...

Danielle Stowasser Pain Relief Interview

NPS clinical adviser Dr Danielle Stowasser said knowing the active ingredient in your medicine was an important step to being medicinewise and would help people avoid making mistakes, for example accidentally double dosing. More...
Dr. Georgia Karabatsos Teen Weight Crisis Interview

Dr. Georgia Karabatsos Teen Weight Crisis Interview

New research shows over half (52%) of Australian teens are concerned they are too fat or too thin yet 1 in 10 would suffer in silence. 1 in 5 parents are concerned their teen is either over or underweight but are largely oblivious to the crisis of communication over the matter. More...
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