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Travel Health News

Travel Health News

The most common disease affecting travellers to South-East Asia is diarrhoea. It is most commonly acquired by consuming contaminated food or water. It is important to take precautions to prevent this disease. Before leaving Australia get a Typhoid vaccine and once at...
Preventative Activities

Preventative Activities

Examples Of Preventative Activities Acted On At Gungahlin General Practice Infants – developmental screening, SIDS prevention advice, breastfeeding advice, avoiding sun exposure in the first 15 years of life most important. Preschool/School – developmental...
Immunisation

Immunisation

13-Tips for Immunising a Child Immunisation is the safest and most effective way of providing protection for your child against a range of diseases including tetanus, whooping cough, measles and Hepatitis B. The benefits of vaccinations outweigh any risks of...
Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 Update

Due to the current evolving situation with coronavirus (covid-19) we are offering tele-health consultations for patients of our practice. These consultations will be conducted either on the telephone or by video link. Please call the practice on 6241 0888 for further...
Asthma

Asthma

4-Steps to Control a Severe Attack of Asthma Do you know the ASTHMA FIRST-AID PLAN? Asthma is a common concern in Australia and particularly the temperate climate of Canberra. In case of severe attack here’s what to do: STEP 1. Sit person up and give the...
Melanoma

Melanoma

What to look for? A new spot, freckle or mole that has changed colour, size or shape recently.A persistent small lump that is red, pale or pearly in colour.Crusty non-healing sores or ‘sunspots’.An individual with fair complexion living in Australia is...
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