We are busier than ever with constant phone ‘pings’, 'coordinating kids’ sports and a never-ending to do lists. It’s time to take it back to basics. Laura Lombardozzi from Get Healthy, Be Happy shares some simple tips to help you get back to basics.
Do you sit at a desk all day? Many people spend their work days confined to their desk in front of a computer. Ensuring that you maintain good posture, checking if your work area is comfortable and performing a couple of quick exercises can help minimise any pain and keep you comfortable at work or desk. Brianna Morgan, Member and physiotherapist shares five quick tips:
Considering the immense consequences glare and UV rays from the sun can have, it is concerning to note how safety is very much taking a backseat for Australian drivers. Monthon Naksri from Stacey and Stacey Optometrists explains more.
The fastest growing chronic disease in Australia is completely preventable, and health professionals are raising awareness of its risk factors during National Diabetes Week which runs 14 – 20 July.
We are pleased to welcome our newest addition at Queensland Country Dental, orthodontist specialist, Dr Veronica Donohue.
Every year thousands of children are treated for dental injuries, which could have been prevented, or the severity minimised, by wearing a protective mouthguard.
Dental Health Week, which takes place in the first full week of August, is the Australian Dental Association’s major annual oral health promotion campaign. Its aim is to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral health in every aspect of their lives.
Macular disease is the leading cause of blindness and severe vision loss in Australia, responsible for 50% of all cases of blindness. It includes age-related macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease, along with other less common diseases of the macula.
When the orthodontist took Rochelle’s Mum aside to recommend that her 14-year-old daughter be fitted with braces, the mother of four agreed. It was for these ‘what if’ moments they had private health insurance. Some years later, a now soon to be married Rochelle was pleased she did.