The recent case of tetanus on the North Coast where an unvaccinated seven-year-old girl was rushed to Brisbane in a critical condition has stirred up a lot of emotion. Tetanus has been preventable for years, so why are we still seeing cases? More
As you may be aware, yesterday was International Women’s Day. Originally called International Working Women’s Day, it is celebrated on March 8 every year and commemorates the movement for women’s rights.
Vaccination is one of the most effective public health strategies we have, helping to protect not just ourselves and our little ones, but the community in which we live. That doesn’t mean, however, that you shouldn’t ask questions.
The Every Australian Counts team will be hitting the road from March – May presenting NDIS information forums in the NSW regional areas where the NDIS will be rolling out from July.
Parks and Leisure Australia is the industry peak body for parks, sport and recreation. As “the people behind the places” its members recognise the importance of investing in the future health of Australians by not only encouraging them to be active, but ensuring the urban environment is one which enables […]
Consumers can now access and view their My Health Record (MyHR) on mobile devices with the soft launch of the Healthi app, the first authorised consumer app to link to the national system since the My Child’s eHealth Record app was released back in 2013.