Vaccines and Your Health

How To Maintain Your Physical Wellbeing

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Physical wellness, as defined by UC Davis, involves taking care of our bodies through nutrition, fitness and mental wellbeing. There are many aspects of it, which are easy to forget about in times of stress, or when you are busy. This brief article aims to explain how to maintain physical wellbeing. Look At Your Diet One of the most important aspects of physical wellness is eating a healthy, balanced diet that gives you all the nutrients you need. Read More»

An Overview of Care Options in Retirement Villages

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Retirement villages offer an alternative to moving into a care home and are aimed at those who want to live in a community and receive some form of support but don’t wish to give up their independence or living in a home of their own. Retirement villages typically consist of several types of property, such as bungalows and apartments, and have a range of on-site facilities, such as restaurants, swimming pools, shops and fitness classes. Read More»

What to Expect from Community Based Disability Care

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If you are living with disability, you may be able to engage a wide range of disability care services to make life easier, more enjoyable and more fulfilling. The types of care you choose to access will vary greatly, depending on your needs and preferences, as well as what’s available in your area. If you’re wondering what kind of community-based disability care services are available, here’s a general guide to get you started. Read More»

Are Your Children at Risk If You Have Skin Cancer?

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After being diagnosed with skin cancer, most patients are worried about their own prognosis for the future. However, when you’re a parent, you also face the added worry of whether your children will befall the same fate. Here’s all you need to know about whether your children are at risk of getting skin cancer if you have it, and how you can protect them for the future. Is Skin Cancer Genetic? Read More»

Say Bye Bye To Nighttime Dry Eye By Giving Your Ceiling Fan The Heave-Ho!

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Spring has already arrived in Australia, and the temperature is starting to rise. It’s hard sleeping at night when you are hot, so it is not surprising you are already using the ceiling fan to keep cool. However, waking up with dry eyes every morning is starting to be a strain. What you probably haven’t realised is there is a connection between your ceiling fan use and your sore eyes. Here’s everything you need to know about exposure keratitis but were afraid to ask! Read More»