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Tips for baby milestones 6-12 months

Congratulations – you have survived being a parent for 6 months! Breast-feeding setbacks and sleepless nights are probably now behind you. As your baby grows, new and exciting challenges emerge. Teething begins around... Click to read more

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Gut feelings

The gut (or intestine) is an amazing and hard-working part of the human body. Not only does it break down food, absorb nutrients and water, and store waste, but it is also home to billions of bacteria that play an... Click to read more

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Suffering from pain?

Most people don’t feel like they are gaining anything when suffering from pain – but it is one of the ways for the body to tell you when something is wrong or if you need to take a break from certain activities. Whether... Click to read more

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Planning to start a family?

Deciding to start or extend your family is an exciting, but sometimes confusing time. Your pharmacist is a qualified professional who can provide advice and support from preconception to beyond delivery. Preconception... Click to read more

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Men’s health matters

Did you know that Australian men can expect to die an average of 6 years younger than Australian women?1 Some of this difference is due to complex factors that are hard to control – but some is due to lifestyle factors... Click to read more

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Adopting an active lifestyle

Ever heard the saying ‘no pain, no gain’? Well, don’t believe the myth. While some activity is better than none, you don’t have to
exercise to the point of collapse 
to get a health benefit.1 Below are some... Click to read more

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Show your skin some love

Many people would like their skin to look as young as possible and by making some healthy lifestyle choices and adopting a good skin care routine, you can help reduce the signs of both healthy and unhealthy ageing –... Click to read more

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Habits for healthy hair

Hair can become damaged by many things, from the conditions of your environment right down to the ingredients in your hair care products. When looking after your hair, it’s important to choose your products carefully... Click to read more

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Be kind to your kidneys

The kidneys play a behind-the-scenes role in keeping our bodies working and maintaining overall health. Most people have two kidneys, located on both sides of your spine, just below your rib cage. Kidneys act as a sort... Click to read more

Eat well age well

Eat well to age well

As you get older, it’s important to continue choosing healthy foods and enjoying eating as a social activity that you can look forward to. However, as we get older our lifestyles and appetite can change and this can... Click to read more

Good Oral Health

Good oral health is important for your wellbeing

Good oral health is important for the health and wellbeing of older people, particularly those with chronic and complex health conditions. As people get older, the need for dental care increases. Some of the major... Click to read more

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Tips for better digestive health

Your lifestyle and your choice of foods can affect the way your body digests what you eat. Drinking water, adding fibre, and exercising can all help contribute to better digestive health. In addition to making good... Click to read more

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Incontinence there is help available

Incontinence can have a major impact on an individual’s quality of life, with statistics showing that 4.8 million Australians are dealing with incontinence, affecting both men and women, regardless of age or background... Click to read more

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Are you sleep savvy?

Sleep is important for our health and wellbeing as it helps us restore our bodies and brains, and keeps them functioning properly. For some, good sleep can be hard to come by but there are things you can do to develop... Click to read more

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Your Guide to Winter Wellness

As the days get shorter and the temperature drops, it becomes easier to stay indoors, exercise less and eat fewer fresh fruits and vegetables. But the winter weather shouldn’t mean your healthy habits take a backseat... Click to read more

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What is the Winter itch?

The winter itch is a common name for generalised itching of the skin during winter caused primarily by dry skin. Commonly, it’s the summer season when our skin receives a lot of our attention, but the cold, dry air... Click to read more

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Winter colds – Nothing to be sniffed at

Winter is coming: Defend yourself from colds! Colds are spread through contact with nasal secretions (sneezing or coughing) that contain viruses. Conditions during winter, such as closer living conditions, closed... Click to read more

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Show your heart some Love

Leading a healthy lifestyle is a great way 
to look after your heart – and it doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are some simple ways you can do so.1 Get your blood pressure checked Blood pressure is an important part... Click to read more

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Managing pain: A joint effort

While there may not be a cure for joint pain, there are ways you can manage it. Importantly, you don’t have to tackle it on your own. If you have concerns about joint pain, make sure you raise them with your pharmacist... Click to read more

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