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HEPATITIS C

Posted by Oceanside Private Practice on 9 April 2018
The information on Hepatitis C on this website is not designed to provide medical or professional advice. It is designed to provide information only and if you have any health questions or problems please consult a medical doctor. The term hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. This inflammation of the liver can be caused by a number of different causes. It can be caused by viruses such as hepatitis A virus, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, hepatitis D virus, hepatitis E virus...
Posted in: Hepatitis C  

SMOKING CIGARETTES

Posted by Oceanside Private Practice on 3 March 2018
The information on cigarette smoking on this website is not designed to provide medical or professional advice. It is designed to provide information only and if you have any health questions or problems please consult a medical doctor. Smoking cigarettes is highly addictive. In Australia about 12.8% of Australians aged 14 years or older smoke every day and all studies have shown that the risk of dying increases with the number of cigarettes smoked, for example, if you smoke 10 cigaret...
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DIABETES

Posted by Oceanside Private Practice on 21 January 2018
The information on diabetes on this website is not designed to provide medical or professional advice. It is designed to provide information only and if you have any health questions or problems please consult a medical doctor. Diabetes is now an epidemic and it's now one of the biggest challenges confronting Australia's health system. There is around 1.7 million Australians with diabetes and this number includes 1.2 million known and registered people with diabetes as well as ...
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Cervical Screening Test

Posted by Oceanside Private Practice on 17 December 2017
On December 1, 2017, the 2 yearly Pap smear test was changed to the new 5 yearly Cervical Screening Test. The old coordinated Pap smear test was introduced in Australia in 1991 under the National Cervical Screening Program, offering women between the ages of 18 and 70 a free Pap smear test every 2 years. Since then, the incidence and mortality rates due to cervical cancer have halved or dropped by 50% in Australia and has remained static over the last 10 years. This means that over the last 1...
Posted in: Cervical cancer Cancer Screening  

STROKE

Posted by Oceanside Private Practice on 23 September 2017
The information on stroke on this website is not designed to provide medical or professional advice. It is designed to provide information only and if you have any health questions or problems please consult a medical doctor. A stroke occurs when blood supply to the brain or part of the brain is interrupted partially or completely. The interruption can be temporary or permanent. Blood is carried to the brain from the heart by blood vessels called arteries. This blood from the heart car...
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HEPATITIS C

Posted by Oceanside Private Practice on 9 April 2018
The information on Hepatitis C on this website is not designed to provide medical or professional advice. It is designed to provide information ...
Posted in: Hepatitis C  

SMOKING CIGARETTES

Posted by Oceanside Private Practice on 3 March 2018
The information on cigarette smoking on this website is not designed to provide medical or professional advice. It is designed to provide inform...
Posted in: Smoking  

DIABETES

Posted by Oceanside Private Practice on 21 January 2018
The information on diabetes on this website is not designed to provide medical or professional advice. It is designed to provide information onl...
Posted in: Diabetes  
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