Children's Health

What to expect on your child’s first dental visit?
Children's health 27 May 2019

What to expect on your child’s first dental visit?

Your child's first dentist visit is good for healthy teeth and cavity prevention.Learn when you should take your child to the dentist and how to…
Children's health 01 May 2018

Miracle Babies Foundation

Miracle Babies Foundation is Australia’s leading not-for-profit supporting premature and sick newborns, their families and the hospitals that care for them.
First aid: Oral trauma (mouth and teeth injuries) in infants and toddlers
Children's health 03 May 2016

First aid: Oral trauma (mouth and teeth injuries) in infants and toddlers

Injuries to the mouth like cut lips and chipped teeth are common for toddlers. All require immediate first aid, and some an emergency dentist appointment.
Kate and Johanna’s experience on raising a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
Children's health 25 Mar 2016

Kate and Johanna’s experience on raising a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

Mothers share their experiences raising sons with high functioning autism spectrum disorders, and discuss the signs of autism in their children.
Asthma: Risk factors, symptoms and assessment: Dr Peter Bremner
Children's health 01 Feb 2016

Asthma: Risk factors, symptoms and assessment: Dr Peter Bremner

Asthma medications (inhalers) include preventers of asthma symptoms and relievers of asthma attacks. The correct inhaler technique must be used.
GP Q/A: What causes saliva dribble after sleep or a rest?
Children's health 25 Mar 2015

GP Q/A: What causes saliva dribble after sleep or a rest?

Reader Question: Hi Dr Joe, I often experience saliva dribble after sleep/rest, despite eating lightly in the evening and drinking plenty of water and tea. I’ve read on other forums that back-sleeping vs side-sleeping can make a difference however I find that when I fall asleep on my back I…
Melanoma
Cancer 13 Nov 2014

Melanoma

Skin cancer types including melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma can be prevented by reducing sun exposure. Find out more...
Continence Clinics Australia Wide
Children's health 04 Jul 2014

Continence Clinics Australia Wide

Continence clinics are held Australia wide. Find contact informations for health professionals specialising in incontinence in your state or territory.
Continence Clinics
Children's health 04 Jul 2014

Continence Clinics

Incontinence is quickly becoming one of Australia’s largest health issues with approximately 1 in 4 Australians experiencing some form of bladder and/or bowel control problems. Continence problems affect both the young and old as well as both males and females.