Are you expecting, or have just had a baby? Check out this Government resource on what to expect, risk factors, support and a wealth of other information to help you through your Pregnancy, Birth and looking after a baby. Provided by Department of Health, Australia. Pregnancy, Baby & Birth – Department of Health
Obesity and Weight issues can lead to a range of other chronic health conditions. However, there is support and resources available for free. Check out this resource from the Department of Health of Obesity and Overweight Management. Obesity & Overweight – Department of Health
Workplace Mental Health – The Black Dog Institute
Women’s Mental Health – Beyond Blue
Health Information Burns, cuts, grazes, or accidents and falls in the home or on sports fields can cause damage to the skin and cause wounds. The time a wound takes to heal depends on; the size and depth of the wound, how well it has been cleaned and cared for, which products have been used to protect the wound and the patient’s general health. Wounds that take longer than expected to heal are called chronic wounds. Find advice on wound care and treatment from Health Information Australia can be found below.
Health Information Threadworms are parasites that live inside the gut (large intestine) of humans. People can get infected by several different worms, but threadworms (pinworms) are the most common. Children often get threadworms, and they can easily pass them on to adults.