Easter Holiday Safety

People across the nation and around the world will gather this long-weekend to mark, and of course, celebrate Easter. Whether you are heading to the beach, camping, spending the day by the pool, or having a few beers with mates surrounding a seafood barbecue, make sure you ensure your safety and the safety of those around you.

 

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Healthy Christmas and New Year

No one wants to miss out at Christmas, be deprived of the delicious (and sometimes unhealthy) food options, or feel like the gourmet and judgemental grinch. But as we enter the silly season of alcohol consumption and overindulgence, it can be a tough choice between taste and satisfaction or the all out belly blowout.

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Road Safety: Christmas Holidays

This time of year is one of the most high risk times on Australia Roads with many people hitting the road to attend Christmas parties, end of year celebrations, and heading towards the coast for a well-deserved break. Driver’s must remember that travelling during holiday periods can be more risky because of increased traffic volumes, […]

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DIY Travel First Aid Kit

You don’t have to be a doctor to help yourself, or others, in an emergency. If you have the first aid skills and tools to administer the care required, you will able to fasten recovery time, minimise the risk of infection, and in some situations, save a life.

Before you embark on your upcoming holiday, […]

How to be SunSmart

Skin Cancer, caused by too much exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, is the most common form of cancer in Australia. Your skin can burn in as little as 15 minutes in the summer sun (between December and February) and can also burn on windy or cloudy days. Every time your skin is exposed to […]

10 Natural Ways to Control Hay Fever Symptoms

It starts with an itch at the back of the throat that you just can’t scratch, then you develop streaming, red, puffy eyes, following by constant sneezing.

Allergies affect at least one in five people in Australia, and when they hit, it can be difficult to combat the symptoms.

Here are 10 unusual ways you can control your hay fever […]

What is Asthma?

National Asthma Week: 1-7 September 2014

This week, Australia Wide First Aid is teaming up with the National Asthma Council, Australia to help encourage you to put yourself in charge, not your asthma, with the theme “Take Control of Your Asthma”.

What is Asthma?

Asthma is characterised by recurrent respiratory symptoms, especially wheezing, shortness of breath, chest […]

Infection Control: Hand Washing

A good old hand washing, with soap and running warm water, is the most effective form of infection control we have. With colds, flu's and other seasonal viruses and bacteria eluding us, Australia Wide First Aid is reminding you what it takes to really keep your hands germ-free this winter.

Asthma Action Plan

This year, on May 6 2014, Australia Wide First Aid are teaming up with fellow 'asthma educators' and affected individuals to encourage asthmatics and their families to recognise what they can achieve when they take control of their asthma.

Cardiovascular Disease: Are You At Risk?

There is no single cause for cardiovascular disease, but there are risk factors that increase your chance of developing it, risk factors that you can simply change and expel from your current lifestyle.

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