Top 5 Superfoods for Diabetes

Diabetes is the fastest growing condition in Australia. Over 1.7 million Australians are living with diabetes. It is one of the 10 reasons of death in Australia. Also, it is the leading cause of blindness in Australia. Poorly managed or untreated diabetes can lead to life-threatening health problems like heart attack, kidney failure, blindness, nerve disease & stroke. Lifestyle factors Continue Reading

Hypertension in Children: A Growing Problem

High blood pressure or hypertension in young children is a growing health problem globally. Most of us have thinking that hypertension only affects adults. But that is unfortunately not true. High blood pressure or hypertension can affect people of all ages, even young children. About 1 in 25 teenagers has hypertension or high blood pressure. In small babies, hypertension is Continue Reading

Get Vaccinated & Travel Smarter

Are you planning to travel out of your country? Then don’t forget to pack good health for the trip. While travelling abroad, many travelers face serious health issues. Most of the measles outbreaks that had been reported from Australia were triggered by young Australians, partially vaccinated, who returned home after becoming infected overseas. It is therefore important to protect yourself Continue Reading

Importance of Childhood Immunizations

Prevention is not only better but also cheaper than cure. Since years, immunizations have helped children stay healthy and safe. Vaccines have helped to strengthen the immune system of children by helping their body recognize & fight the bacteria and viruses that cause diseases. Though infants are immune to many diseases because of the antibodies that they get from their Continue Reading

6 Golden Ways to Control Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is a serious medical condition in which a person’s body stops producing adequate insulin. Diabetes is now officially recognized by World Health Organization as global epidemic. Poor diet, sedentary lifestyle as well as stress are the leading causes of type 2 diabetes. The good news is that in more than 90% cases, type 2 diabetes can be Continue Reading