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Finding reliable health information - Better Health Channel

Trusted health information can be found through your local doctor or pharmacy and other reliable health providers.

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Health Information Line - Women's Health Queensland Inc

The Health Information Line is a free information and referral service for Queensland women, staffed by nurses, midwives and social workers.1800 017 676

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Tracheostomy tubes fact sheet | Children’s Health Queensland

Children's health information fact sheet about tracheostomy tubes.

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Evaluating health information on the Internet | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is the Internet? The Internet is a huge store of information connecting networks of computers worldwide

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 | SA Health

Information for the public and health professionals about coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Get the latest updates and health advice on COVID-19 in South Australia.

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3 weeks pregnant: Pregnancy health information

Pregnancy week three is the week of conception and an important time to be in optimal health. At this stage your pregnancy is vulnerable to miscarriage, which is common and occurs because the fertilised egg fails to implant into the lining of your uterus after conception. Even though there is no way to know for sure if youre pregnant, you should avoid substances which may interfere with implantation and harm your growing baby like alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Sexually transmitted infections can also interfere with implantation.

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SA Health Response - COVID-19 | SA Health

About the actions and measures SA Health is implementing to treat cases and help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in South Australia.

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Child and Family Health Service - Services - Parent Helpline

The South Australian Parent Helpline is a telephone information service for parents in South Australia

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Hearing loss and your baby (orange folder) - Maternal, child and family health

An information resource for families in NSW developed as part of the Statewide Infant Screening - Hearing (SWISH) Program to assist parents with the challenges they face when they discover their baby has hearing loss.

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