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Health checks for men

Details: Health checks at home. Make health checks and staying well part of your regular routine. This will help you stay healthy and pick up potential problems early. Things you can do at home include: skin checks – check your skin regularly for unusual moles or freckles and look for any changes in the colour, size or shape of any spots. See your

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Mobile phones and your health

Details: Mobile telephones and health effects, 2010, Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency. More information here.; IARC classifies radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as possibly carcinogenic to humans, 2011, World Health Organization. More information here.; Mobile phones and health 2004: Report by the Board of NRPB, 2004, Documents of the NRPB, vol. 15, no. 5, Radiation

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Tennis – health benefits

Details: Tennis is a good sport for maintaining health, fitness, strength and agility. It also has social and psychological benefits. You can play with a club or with friends and family as a social activity. Make sure you have plenty of fluids on hand and rehydrate regularly. Don’t overdo it. Mix up your physical activity with other low-impact sports.

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Health checks for women

Details: Eye health checks for women. Eyesight tends to deteriorate with age. It is recommended that all women have an eye health check for glaucoma by the age of 40. (Glaucoma is a serious eye condition characterised by high fluid pressure within the eyeball.)

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Kissing and your health

Details: NURSE-ON-CALL Tel. 1300 606 024 – for expert health information and advice (24 hours, 7 days) Things to remember. Kissing can transmit many germs, including those that cause cold sores, glandular fever and tooth decay. Saliva can transmit various diseases, which means that kissing is a small but significant health risk. It’s not all doom

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Nutrition needs when you’re over 65

Details: The guidelines were developed by the National Health and Medical Research Council, with input from many food and nutrition experts, as well as members of the community. They are based on the best available science about the types and amounts of foods and dietary patterns that may promote health and wellbeing, and reduce the risk of diet-related

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Sex – are you ready

Details: Your local community health service; 1800 My Options Tel. 1800 696 784 (in Victoria) for information about sexual health, contraception and pregnancy options; Family Planning Victoria – comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services for people of all ages Tel. 1800 013 952 or (03) 9257 0100

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Down syndrome and health

Details: There are a number of significant health and medical issues that are more common in people with Down syndrome. In the past, the medical conditions associated with Down syndrome were responsible for a reduced life span.

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Benign paroxysmal positional

Details: A health professional experienced in the treatment of BPPV will use a diagnostic test to look for the ‘jumping’ of the eyes (nystagmus) that is seen in people with BPPV. This test is called the Dix-Hallpike test and can be performed in the health professional’s rooms. Treatment for BPPV

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Testicular self examination

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Psychosis and mental illness

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Body mass index calculator for adults

Details: It is only an approximate measure of the best weight for your health. This calculator is designed for men and women over the age of 18. A healthy BMI for an adult is between 20 and 25. For older Australians over the age of 74 years, your general health may be more important than being mildly overweight.

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Teeth development in children

Details: Dental Health Services Victoria provide public dental services through the Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne and community dental clinics, for eligible people. For more information about public dental services, Tel. (03) 9341 1000 or 1800 833 039 outside Melbourne metro

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Balancing energy in and energy out

Details: Aboriginal health - barriers to physical activity. Engaging in an individual physical activity to benefit only yourself, away from family or community, may be seen as inappropriate or selfish.

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