October – November Newsletter

Memory Loss

What worries people most about getting older is the prospect of memory loss. The good news is that while the total number of people with dementia is increasing, the percentage of the population is declining. Work over the last three decades shows that as each cohort gets older, fewer people are being diagnosed with dementia.


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Urinary Incontinence: Tips to manage the problem

The inability to control one's bladder is a silent problem; people do not talk about it. Yet it affects an estimated 13% of Australians, including 37% of women.


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How to manage stress in a busy life

The last few years have been highly stressful for many people. Stress is regarded as the scrouge of the 21st century. Everyone feels stressed at some stage. Relationships, money and work, are consistently shown in poling to be the big three.


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Drug induced liver injury

The liver can be injured by many prescriptions, over-the-counter and herbal medications, as well as some dietary supplements. Usually, the damage is mild and reversible.


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Gestational Diabetes

Gestational Diabetes is a condition where women without previously known diabetes have raised blood glucose (sugar) during pregnancy. Some are thought to represent previously undetected cases of Type 2 Diabetes. It is most common in the third trimester and affects an estimated eight to ten percent of pregnancies.


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Recipe of the Month

Chicken,Broccoli and Cashew Stir-fry


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