How to Make Sure Your Child's Ear Tubes Do Their Job

Posted on: 8 May 2017

If your young child has been suffering from repeated ear infections, their paediatrician may have recommended ear tube surgery. Ear tubes are hollow plastic or metal cylinders that are small enough to fit into your child's eardrum. They help reduce recurring infections by allowing air flow in and out of your child's middle ear, reducing the fluid buildup that leads to infections. Ear tubes are a great way of keeping your child's ears healthy while their anatomy develops.
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Sexual Health Clinic: Top Diseases to Be Wary Of

Posted on: 24 April 2017

Having to deal with a sexually transmitted disease is something that will make most people feel alarmed and uncomfortable. Not only would you have to engage in awkward conversations with your sexual partner, but you would also have to contend with the cost of seeking treatment. As such, some people simply tend to ignore their sexual health, assuming that if they do not think about it, they do not have to worry about it.
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Understanding Cosmetic Dentistry

Posted on: 21 April 2017

Cosmetic dentistry refers to an area of professional dental care that improves the appearance of the teeth, gums and rectifies incorrect bite.  Any trained dentist can carry out a basic cosmetic procedure such as teeth whitening, but most dentists specialising in cosmetic dental work have completed specialised additional training in the field of cosmetic dentistry. Trained cosmetic dentists utilise the latest techniques in providing treatment for people that require more complex cosmetic procedures such as dental veneers, dental crowns, dental implants, bridges, smile makeovers etc.
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Overcoming Cardiovascular Disease

Posted on: 20 April 2017

Sometimes referred to as CVD, cardiovascular disease is among the top public health issues in Australia. According to the Heart Foundation, over 45,000 deaths in the country are accounted for by this range of conditions in a typical year. Well over half a million people will be hospitalised in Australia per annum because of it. Therefore, tackling heart disease is of huge importance to medical professionals and the public alike. What are types of CVD and some signs of this deadly condition which so heavily impacts health care resources?
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