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Sexual Health

Sexual Health

Whenever we talk about sexual health, we tend to think about things like ‘no glove, no love’ or descriptions of unpleasant infections. Sexual health became a big topic of focus in the early days of HIV and AIDS and its role in schools or homes has really been about preventing illness of unwanted pregnancy.
Bowel Cancer Awareness

Bowel Cancer Awareness

It’s a little bit icky, but we’re going to have to talk about your bowels. And with good reason too because June is Bowel Cancer Awareness month. Raising people’s awareness around bowel cancer is very important; bowel cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death but if it’s found early, it’s highly treatable. I’m going to teach you what you need to know to be aware.
Burns First Aid

Burns First Aid

Dr. Nikki Stamp

As the weather starts to cool down, hospitals see a significant increase in burns from heaters and hot water bottles as Aussies try to keep warm. With June being National Burns Awareness month, Kidsafe aims to raise awareness of burns prevention and correct burn first aid.

With this is mind, HIF Blogger and medical professional Dr. Nikki Stamp shares the vital steps to ensure you know how to treat burns early so it limits the damage caused and stop it in its tracks.

How Do Hospital Waiting Lists Work?

How Do Hospital Waiting Lists Work?

HIF Australia

With the average wait on the public waiting list for elective surgery at an all-time high, can you afford to wait for your treatment? Richard Laycock, insurance expert from finder.com.au, discusses what elective surgery means, how the public hospital waitlists work and you can skip the public waiting times by taking out private health insurance.

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