February – March 2021

Positive Attitude

We all see the world through our own eyes, which is why the adage about the half-glass full is apt. The difference is not the amount of water in the glass but the way we see it.

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Schoolyard Bullying

Bullying in the school yard is not new, but awareness has grown, and it is (rightly) no longer acceptable or hushed up.

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This is condition where endometrial cells (which normally line the uterus) grow outside the uterus. The most typical sites are on the ovaries, bowel, fallopian tubes and pelvis lining.

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What is “normal” puberty

A normal part of life, puberty is the time when children start turning into adults. Technically it is the development of the capacity to reproduce (sexual maturation). 95% will start between the ages of eight and 14 (girls) or 9 and 14 (boys). The process  generally goes on for three to four years.

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This is the leading cause of blindness and vision loss worldwide. cataracts occur when the lens of the eye goes cloudy or opaque. Around 10% of Australians have cataracts increasing from 4% of 50-59 year old's to over 60% of 90 year old's.

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