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National Skin Cancer Action Week

23rd Nov 2010 | Source:Cancer Council Queensland
National Skin Cancer Action Week

Cancer Council Queensland is calling on Queenslanders to Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide to help prevent skin cancer during National Skin Cancer Action Week this week (Nov 21-27). Queensland has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world, with one in two Queenslanders developing skin cancer before the age of 85. Cancer Council
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Women’s Hair Loss – Why it happens

25th Aug 2010 | Source:Stewart Towler - CEO White Cliffs Hair Studio (Australia)
Women’s Hair Loss – Why it happens

No matter what her age, there are few women whose confidence and self-esteem isn’t affected by hair loss through thinning, alopecia, chemotherapy, from hereditary causes or for another unexplained psychological reason. For too long, women who have experienced hair loss – regardless of the degree of severity – have suffered quietly in front of the
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Women Unaware of Their No. 1 Killer

24th May 2010 | Source:Wayne Wendt - MP
Women Unaware of Their No. 1 Killer

Heart disease may be the biggest killer of Australian women but eight out of ten women remain unaware of this, continuing to see heart disease primarily as an issue for older men. Heart Foundation CEO, Cameron Prout said, “Heart disease is a key health issue for women and in particular, women over 45 years should
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Sneezles and wheezles

28th Feb 2010 | Author:Steena Barnett - Health Hut
Sneezles and wheezles

The evenings are now that slight bit cooler, the sun isn’t quite so burning, and yep the first colds of the season are here. Now is the time to prepare yourself and your immune system for a happy sneezle free winter. Start by checking your diet, cutting down on mucous producing dairy products and increasing
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Can The Bowen Technique Help Me?

27th Feb 2010 | Author:Sue Hamilton
Can The Bowen Technique Help Me?

The original Bowen Technique is extremely gentle and is considered appropriate for anyone from pregnant women to newborn babies, the frail and the elderly.  It can assist recovery from many conditions, from traumatic injury to chronic illness, depending upon each individual’s capacity to heal. No adverse side effects have been reported. A Bowen session initiates
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Autumn Glow

27th Feb 2010 | Author:Steena Barnett - Health Hut
Autumn Glow

Autumn offers a good time to restart the exercise we put on hold over summer-it was just too hot. It is also a time to get the body healthy and ready for winter. For these who do suffer from cold hands and feet then perhaps just a simple remedy such as ginger-a small piece either
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