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- Alcohol and drug problems happen in all kinds of families
- Anyone can get condoms: Safe sex. No regrets.
- Are you at risk from glaucoma?
- Are you drinking enough water?
- Bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) pre vaccination checklist and consent
- BCG (Bacillus Calmette-Guerin) vaccination - Information for Patients
- Before you hit a child - stop and think
- Blood test instructions
- Bringing up children with Down Syndrome
- Caffeine and your health
- Children and discipline: a parent's guide
- Consent to medical treatment - what are your rights?
- Consent to release of patient information
- Diabetes in pregnancy - gestational diabetes
- Do you need a hospital emergency department - or can your local doctor help?
- Does someone you know have a mental illness?
- Does someone you know need a speech pathologist?
- Does your child have a Personal Health Record?
- Domestic violence hurts the whole family
- Don't let fear limit your life
- Generic Appointment Letter
- Genital Herpes
- Genital wart virus infections (HPV)
- Gentle exercise - nothing to lose and a lot to gain
- Getting older? Why your teeth and gums are important for good health
- Give your feet the care they deserve
- Good health for your eyes
- Good news about bad backs
- Growing older is all about living
- Growing older, but staying well
- Having an HIV test
- Headlice - the facts
- Heart Disease - how treatments can help
- Help for anxiety problems
- Help for common digestive problems
- Helping children with concentration problems
- Helping teenagers grow up safely
- Holiday health for overseas visitors
- Home safety and the older person
- How can genetic counselling help?
- How harmful is cannabis?
- How hospital social workers can help people in
- How much meat do you really need?
- How safe is your kitchen?
- How to cope with stress
- How to get more from a visit to your doctor
- How to help your doctor help you
- How to keep your blood pressure healthy
- Important notice about your hospital fees
- Information for Carers
- Instructions for collecting sputum for tuberculosis (TB)
- Is it the flu - or just a bad cold?
- It's good thinking to start with breakfast
- Lead and health - is your family at risk?
- Living well with chronic heart failure
- Living with dramatic mood swings
- Losing a finger: it can happen to anyone
- Patients and Visitors: What you need to know about hand hygiene
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
- Preparing for a healthy menopause
- Preventing dog bites
- Preventing dog bites and other problems with pets
- Preventing stroke: is it time to change your lifestyle?
- Preventing youth suicide
- Privacy Leaflet for Patients
- Problems with a new baby? There's always someone to help
- Protecting Children and Young People and reporting to the Department of Community Services
- Reasons to quit smoking
- Reducing waste - for the planet's sake
- Regular exercise - it's easier than you think
- Rock fishing - make it safer
- Save your skin from Australia's commonest cancer
- Schizophrenia and young people
- Services Provided by Tuberculosis Prevention and control Service/Chest Clinics
- Solutions for common bladder problems
- Spirometry test
- Stages of pregnancy and labour
- Stay on your feet with safer shoes
- Stay on your feet, whatever your age
- Stress - it affects children too
- Sudden Infant Death Syndrome(SIDS) - how to lower the risk
- Surviving the cold and flu season
- Talking to teenagers and establishing rules
- Teenage Behaviour - When Parents Can't Cope
- The facts about Legionnaire's Disease
- Tuberculin Skin Test
- Water and good health
- What is Tourette Syndrome?
- What women should know about hysterectomy
- When a baby dies
- When marriages break down, it's often men who hurt the most
- When menopause affects relationships
- When snoring is a problem
- Which foods should you keep in the fridge?
- Why do children need immunisation?
- Why does weight matter?
- Why people with schizophrenia need your support
This web page is managed and authorised by NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service. Last updated: 7 May, 2013