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Health Advice for Australians Travelling to New Caledonia

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As one of the country’s nearest neighbours in the Pacific Ocean, you might expect New Caledonia to be a more popular tourist destination than it is. Despite the islands being a part of the French Republic and having above average hospitals, some of its healthcare institutions are not up to the grade that you would expect of most European-run administrations. Therefore, anyone visiting from Australia should make sure that they are up to date with the latest medical advice. Read More»

Three Ways to Treat Osteoarthritis

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Osteoarthritis is a disease that causes the cartilage in a person’s joints to degenerate. Cartilage helps to prevent bones from rubbing against one another. As such, when it degenerates, the affected joints may become swollen and inflamed. Those who suffer from this condition will usually experience a great deal of pain, as well as a reduction in mobility. Unfortunately, there is currently no cure for osteoarthritis; however, there are treatments which can help a person to manage their pain and prevent their symptoms from worsening. Read More»

On the Point of Happiness

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How happy do you currently feel? The mood you’re in right now doesn’t necessarily determine how happy you are with your life circumstances and how you feel mentally and physically. Happiness is a state of well-being rather than just the mood you’re currently in. You will have a happiness point which is altered by your life circumstances. Seeking the help of a positive psychologist and undergoing therapy will enable you to perhaps change your lifestyle and habits. Read More»

6 Steps Runners Should Take to Avoid Back Injuries

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Running is a great way to stay in shape, but anything from the wrong shoes to the wrong form can have a negative impact on the health of your spine. After all, running is quite a high-impact activity, and the spine is tasked with absorbing a lot of that impact force. Make sure you follow these six steps to ensure your running routine doesn’t produce back pain. 1. Wear the Right Shoes Read More»

Simple Advice on Seeing a Doctor in Australia

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No one should ever put off seeing a doctor when needed, especially for urgent matters, and routine checkups are a good way of ensuring long-term health for you and your family. If you’ve recently moved to Australia or are just getting out on your own and aren’t sure what’s involved in seeing a doctor, note a few simple but important tips and reminders about making an appointment, billing, and routine care. Read More»

Two health checks every elderly person needs to have

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As a person approaches their twilight years, the health of their body begins to decline. This is why it is crucial for all elderly people to get periodic health checks; these will enable them to get the medication and the support they require so that they can adapt to the physical changes they are experiencing and thus maintain their quality of life. Here are two health tests that all older people should have at least once a year. Read More»

4 Signs Your Amalgam Filling Has Caused Cracks and Fractures Due to Expansion and Contraction

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Amalgam fillings are rarely used by dentists these days, and there are plenty of reasons why. One of the most important is that amalgam expands and contracts due to fluctuations in temperature. So, the filling will expand slightly when you drink a hot cup of coffee, and then contract slightly when you enjoy a nice spoonful of ice cream. As time goes by, those small expansions and contractions can start to cause small cracks and micro-fractures along the surface of the remaining tooth. Read More»