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Here’s What You Should Know About Heart Health

Heart health is often a focus for anyone targeting good health and wellbeing, and that should be all of us. Since February marks RedFeb, a month dedicated to raising awareness for heart health, we’re delving into essential aspects of this important topic. In this article, we debunk common myths, address mistakes, and provide actionable tips

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Are You at Risk Of Developing Diabetes?

Diabetes is a serious medical condition that sadly, is on the rise in Australia and many other countries. We explain diabetes and list the warning signs, risks and how to ensure you’re risk is known and reduced.

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7 Things You Should Know About Prostate Cancer

September is an important month for men’s health—Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. While raising awareness, the Prostate Cancer Awareness Month message is: early prostate cancer rarely demonstrates symptoms, so get screened and get in the know. The medical professionals practising at High Street Medical Clinic have offered their knowledge on seven things that you should know

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Kidney Health

May marks Kidney Health Week and as such, our experts discuss keeping your kidneys healthy, risks and identifying problems. Super important if you’re one of the many people unaware they have kidney problems.

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IBS and the Low FODMAP Diet

IBS, also known as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, is a chronic condition affecting approximately 3.5% of Australians. It is defined by the Rome Foundation, an international non-profit organisation which develops and promotes research on gastrointestinal disorders, including IBS as ‘recurrent abdominal pain that occurs at least once a week in the last 3 months…’  This disorder

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