Health Catalogues Library

  • Everyday we’re constantly being exposed to different bacteria and viruses. Immunisation is the safest way to protect you and your family from catching some of the […]
  • Mood swings, tender breasts, a bloated stomach, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression. These are just a selection of the symptoms some women have to deal […]
  • Sleep is a sensitive issue which is close to many parents’ hearts, affecting not only their children but also their own general well being and sanity. […]
  • Our ears are amazing, complex pieces of work. They give us our hearing and our sense of balance. They work with our other senses to make […]
  • There’s a common perception out there that migraines are just bad headaches. How migraine headaches can affect a person’s work, lifestyle, family and relationships is often misunderstood. […]
  • The word ‘arthritis’ means inflammation of the joint. It comes from a blend of Greek words – arthron (joint) and itis (inflammation). Although arthritis is often referred to as […]
  • You’ve had too much to eat and it’s made you feel tired and sleepy. In fact, you think you might just have a little lie down. […]
  • The number of people affected by diabetes is increasing all the time. It’s the world’s fastest growing disease and Australia’s 6th largest cause of death. Over […]
  • If you get headaches or niggling aches and pains often, then you’ve probably taken your fair share of paracetamol or aspirin. Swallowing these tablets is easy […]
  • Crying is the only way a baby can communicate. Babies cry to get your attention and to ensure that their needs are met. Crying begins from […]
  • The decision to bottle feed is a very individual and personal one. Sometimes breastfeeding isn’t possible, successful, or mothers might simply choose to bottle feed their […]
  • Constipation refers to the passing of hard or dry ‘pebble-like’ motions which cause pain and discomfort. Babies and young children often pass faeces red-faced and grunting. They will sometimes appear to […]
  • Back pain is so common that eight out of ten of us will have it at some time in our lives. After headaches and colds, it’s the most […]
  • Reflux occurs when the contents of the stomach flows back up the oesophagus (the tube that connects the stomach into the mouth). In the majority of […]
  • The situation is all too familiar: You feel a tingling on your lip and a small, hard spot you can’t see. Sure enough, in a day […]
  • Learning about solids often raises many questions.  These may include when do I begin, how much and what to offer, along with the preparation and storage […]
  • Eczema is the most common skin problem in babies and young children. The inflammatory skin condition is also sometimes known as dermatitis. Eczema can vary in […]
  • Fibre is found in foods like cereals, fruit and vegetables. It’s the part of plant foods our bodies can’t digest. We still need fibre, even though […]

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