Cardiovascular Diseases – Department of Health Eye Diseases – Department of Health Diabetes – Department of Health Endometriosis – Department of Health Kidney Disease – Department of Health Musculoskeletal Conditions – Department of Health Nervous System Diseases – Department of Health Rare Diseases – Department of Health Respiratory Conditions – Department of Health
Heart procedures and devices – Heart Foundation
Keep your heart healthy – Heart Foundation
Heart attack FAQ – Heart Foundation
Heart attack risk factors – Heart Foundation
Heart health checks – Heart Foundation
Blood pressure – Heart Foundation
Women and heart disease – Heart Foundation
Arrhythmias – Heart Foundation
What is cardiac rehab – Heart Foundation
What is heart failure – Heart Foundation
Heart health – Heart Foundation
Atrial Fibrillation – Hearts 4 Heart http://www.hearts4heart.org.au/educational-material/
Health Information Everyone wants to be, and feel, well. ‘Wellness’ is more than just being free of disease – it also includes emotional, physical, mental, and social wellbeing. If we look after our physical health, we are better able to cope when faced with difficult situations that we cannot fully control. Looking after your health is an important part of keeping well.
Health Information Heartburn is the common name for the symptoms of indigestion and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GORD). Reflux is a symptom that occurs when digestive juices (which contain stomach acids) spill back into the oesophagus or mouth and cause a “burning” feeling. This can happen when the muscles at the lower end of the oesophagus (food pipe), relax too much and allow acid to rise. Read below to find out your treatment options.
Health Information Head lice are tiny wingless insects that live and feed on the scalp. They are about the size of a sesame seed and can be clear, reddish-brown or dark. They cling to the hair shaft with the hook-like claws on their legs.
Health Information The symptoms of hay fever include sneezing and itchiness of the eyes, nose, and throat. Some people also experience tiredness, puffy watery eyes, nasal congestion, or a thin watery nasal discharge. The severity of hay fever symptoms can vary from mild to severe and may impact your quality of life. Congestion of the nasal sinuses can cause pain in the forehead or cheeks that is worse when bending over.