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Hepatitis C and sexual transmission

Introduction Hepatitis C (also called hep C) is not classified as an STI (sexually transmissible infection) although people, unable to

Hepatitis C: an Australian snapshot

How many people in Australia have hep C? At the end of 2016, there were an estimated 227,300 people in

Hepatitis A, B and C: an overview

A comparison of hepatitis A, hepatitis B and hepatitis C Compare the differences among hepatitis A, hepatitis B and hepatitis

Low FODMAP diet relieves IBS symptoms

Australian researchers have found that low-FODMAP diets reduce symptom severity scores, abdominal pain, bloating and overall symptoms in irritable bowel

Malaria precautions while pregnant or breast feeding

Malaria and pregnancy If you are pregnant and planning to travel to a malaria-risk area, it would be best to

Haemorrhoids

What are haemorrhoids? Haemorrhoids are enlarged, congested veins just under the surface tissue of your rectum (the last part of

Water safety

In Australian waterways in the 12 months to 30 June 2017, 291 lives were lost to drowning. The drowning statistics

Motion sickness

Motion sickness, or travel sickness, is a common problem that affects many of us. You can feel motion sick on

People with coeliac disease can’t always trust store-bought food

Coeliac Disease For people living with coeliac disease, even small amounts of gluten can damage their intestine and cause inflammation

DVT and flying

Medical papers have been published since the 1950s about a possible link between deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and air travel.

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