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From time to time, most adults feel stressed, worried or sad. However, when these feelings last for long periods of time, such as days, weeks or months, it’s likely that you are experiencing anxiety or depression. Understanding the signs of these conditions and checking in with a trusted GP can help you get things back on track.
Read why getting active can decrease stress and anxiety, while easing depression and lifting self-esteem.
Maintaining regular contact with a trusted GP can be an important life-line for tens of thousands of Australian FIFO
From time to time, most adults feel stressed, worried or sad
Moles are small areas of skin with a high concentration of the skin pigment melanin – that’s what gives them their dark colour
A cosmetic physician is a doctor who specialises in non-surgical interventions whose primary intention is changing a patient’s appearance
A cosmetic surgeon is a surgeon who specialises in performing surgery with the primary intention of changing a patient’s appearance in the absence of any disease
An orthopaedic surgeon is a surgeon who manages patients with bone, joint and muscle disorders that require surgery as part of their management.
Almost everyone has suffered from back pain at one point in their lives. For some people, the pain can subside after a few days taking it easy
It’s important to see a doctor as soon as possible after a car accident, even if an ambulance was at the scene. A car accident can potentially leave you in shock
Your GP does much more than prescribe antibiotics and issue medical certificates - here’s a look at the scope of GP health services.
It’s cold and flu season again, and it’s quite common to have to wait to see a GP. But when is the right time to see a GP about cold or flu symptoms?
A general practitioner (or GP) is a doctor that has a wide range of medical and surgical knowledge and cares for a diverse range of patients.