Skin & Hair

Contact Dermatitis

Contact dermatitis is most often caused by detergents, soaps and other chemicals as well as metal and some plants. Treatments

Head Lice

Anyone can get head lice. The best way to treat it is with fine tooth comb, non-prescriptions lotion for all

Psoriatic Arthritis – Dr. Norman Swan

Psoriatic Arthritis can be affectively treated. Consult your GP or Rheumatologist urgently to get proper diagnosis and treatment.. Psoriatic arthritis

What is Hereditary Haemorrhagic Telangiectasia?

What is hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia? Hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT) is also known as Osler–Weber–Rendu disease or Osler–Weber–Rendu syndrome. Hereditary haemorrhagic

Vitamin D deficiency: What is the treatment?

The cheapest and easiest way to treat vitamin D deficiency is by regular sun exposure. Don’t forget to protect yourself

Sunscreens, what to use and when

Sunscreens will only give the claimed level of protection if they are applied generously. In Australia, sunscreens are measured using

Exercise Sun Safety and Protect your Skin!

Anytime we are out in the sun without adequate protection we are putting ourselves at risk of sun burn. We

Sun protection and prevention of sunburn for the family

Sunburn is better prevented than treated. Sunscreens alone are not 100 per cent effective in preventing sun-related skin damage. Other

Head Lice: All you need to know

General Information How are head lice spread? Symptoms of head lice Wet comb technique to find lice How are head

Skin infections – scabies

Skin infections are common, but they shouldn’t be. They can be easily treated and prevented, and no one has to

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