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The Australian summer can be very challenging for people living with multiple sclerosis.
When embarking on your next adventure – be it to lie on a deserted beach; long distance driving with kids and the dog in tow; or trekking through a rainforest in 100 percent humidity – the only things you want bring home from any holiday are fond memories and souvenirs
If you’ve spent any time on Australia’s beaches you will have no doubt seen, or for the less fortunate, been stung by – the Bluebottle.
Summer is a time for fun in the sun, but those warm, sticky days can also bring an explosion of illnesses. The most common types of illness during summer are often the most unfortunate - gastroenteritis, ear infections, asthma attacks and red rashes to name just a few.
By Jo Ryan, BA MPH
Understanding the sleep cycles of infants will go a long way to helping you cope with the first few months with your new baby. It’s important to realise their sleeping patterns are quite different from ours.
By Dr Umberto Russo MBBS, FRACGP
In my many years practising as a GP and after hours home doctor, I have seen thousands and thousands of cases of acute respiratory infections (e.g. colds and flu). When treating this type of illness, there is one question patients ask more than any other. “Doctor, do I need antibiotics?” And the answer in most cases is a resounding “No”.