Flu Vaccination 2021

How fast did the year go? Very soon we will be heading back to flu vaccination time. What a year has occurred since the 2020 vaccination but one thing it proved was vaccination works. At our clinic we vaccinated over 600 people and had no flu cases and no vaccine…

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Don’t miss Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is a condition where the body does not respond to insulin being produced by the pancreas or gradually loses its ability to produce enough insulin.  This means the body cannot process the sugar you eat. Sugar then builds up to high levels in the blood which is…

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Healthy Tips for 2021

New years, new resolutions or just wishing for health? Last year was a tough one for all, one no one was prepared for and hit us all hard. However it has shown us how vulnerable we all are and how much health matters to our existence. I feel this year…

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How to do a Skin Check at Home

The key to skin cancer survival is early detection. The great thing about skin cancers is that it is on an area you can see – your skin. It is therefore really important you know what is normally on your skin so you can detect something new or changing.  Like…

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Men’s Mental Health

By Liam Hanrahan – HHD Health Assistant Tis the month of Movember! After over three weeks of groundwork, moustaches of all colours and styles begin to flourish around us. Although this recent addition to your friend’s upper lip may be questionable in terms of looks, the meaning behind the moustache…

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Low testosterone

Testosterone is a hormone produced in men by the testicles. It is often known as the “male hormone” as it is responsible for male characteristics like a deep voice, muscular build, and facial hair. However testosterone has other roles in the body. It keeps bones strong, build muscles, reduces fat…

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What is breast cancer?

It is really important to be aware of your breasts and know what is normal for you. In Australia, Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in women and the second most common cancer to cause death in women. Breast Cancer can occur in anyone with breast tissue – so…

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