Are Your Child's Behavioural Problems Caused by Sleep Apnoea? 4 Signs to Look Out For

Posted on: 22 September 2016

Behavioural problems in children are often thought of as a mental or developmental health concern. If your child has been displaying adverse behaviour, you may already have seen a psychiatrist or counsellor to diagnose their symptoms. Alternatively, you may be trying to work through things at home. Either way, when nothing improves, you're left at your wit's end wondering how to help your child through this stage. Consider this: have you ever thought that your child's sleep could be influencing their behaviour?
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Healthy Teeth from a Coconut

Posted on: 21 September 2016

Something many people think about when questing for that perfect smile is teeth whitening. Whether you're considering going to the dentist for a quick polish, or arranging for porcelain veneers, there are plenty of professional options available to suit different budgets and needs. However, for a daily teeth-whitening fix, there are plenty of things you can do to remove stains, improve your oral heath and have fresher breath. These simple tips are cost effective and can easily be incorporated into your daily brushing routine.
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Holidaying in Indonesia? Find out How to Avoid These 6 Mosquito-Transmitted Diseases

Posted on: 16 September 2016

Given how close Indonesia is to Australia, it's no surprise that it's such a popular holiday destination for Aussies. However, despite the geographical proximity of the two countries, they pose very different levels of public health risk to travellers. Here are 6 mosquito-transmitted illnesses you need to be aware of, and 5 tips on how to avoid getting infected by a bite.  The Illnesses Chikungunya Chikungunya is a viral disease which causes severe pain in the joints and muscles, a sudden fever within a week of being bitten.
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Why Should You Choose Progressive Lenses Over Bifocals?

Posted on: 16 September 2016

You've probably heard of bifocals, and you'll almost certainly have seen someone wearing them. Bifocals have two separate lens strengths, and there's either a line separating those two parts or a separate bubble towards the bottom. They used to be perfect for people who needed glasses for both distance and close-up vision, but now you can have something better: progressive lenses. Like bifocals, glasses with progressive lenses provide multiple lens strengths, but those differing strengths are delivered in one seamless lens.
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