Vaginal Cancer – Cancer Council Australia
Health Professionals Information – Cancer Council Australia
Nutrition & Physical Safety – Cancer Council Australia
No matter where you are on your cancer journey, it is a difficult road to travel. There is always support available and actions you can take to make living with cancer easier. Check out this resource from Cancer Council Australia. Living with Cancer – Cancer Council Australia
Cancer affects many Australians and has a major impact on individuals, families and the community. Find out what what the Department of Health are doing to improve the prevention and treatment of cancer. Cancer – Department of Health
Health Information When you smoke cigarettes there are two groups of chemicals that negatively affect your health. The smoke that is inhaled from cigarettes contains thousands of toxic substances that can cause cancer, heart disease, stroke, chronic bronchitis, asthma and emphysema. The nicotine in cigarettes is addictive, making it very hard to quit smoking, but it is never too early, or too late, to quit smoking and improve your health. Here are some steps to begin your journey to Stop Smoking.
Health Information The sun is vital for life, and provides an opportunity for fun and outdoor leisure activities. Australians are lucky to enjoy sunshine most of the year, and long hours of sunshine in summer. Too much exposure to the sun however, can cause severe skin damage. The sun’s rays contain ultraviolet (UV) A rays that are linked to skin ageing and the formation of wrinkles. UV B rays in sunlight are linked to skin cancer. Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world.