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Beware: the potions on your dresser could be causing your migraine attack

1 in 3 Australians report health problems including migraine from fragranced consumer products Melbourne, March 6: A University of Melbourne researcher has found that one-third of Australians report health problems — ranging from migraine headaches to asthma attacks — when exposed to common fragranced consumer products such as air fresheners, cleaning products, laundry supplies, and…

SUMMER ENTERTAINING: WHEN EVERY MAN AND HIS DOG TURNS UP

Must Have’s and Must Do’s to survive as a Summer Entertaining Host – writer Susie Campbell brings relief to this juggernaut of social activity Most Aussies will know all too well, the feeling of apprehension when the in-laws, friends, the overseas relatives, or the neighbours collectively choose to nominate you as this year’s holiday host, especially…

‘Open Doors’ campaign stars taxi-driver Jimmy Behal to raise awareness on Disability and Assistance Animals

Melbourne, February 15: Melbourne taxi driver, Jimmy Behal, who has been driving taxis for almost 18 years in Melbourne, is the new star of the Taxi Services Commission’s ‘Open Doors’ Campaign. Originally from India, Jimmy is belongs to Melbourne’s Punjabi community and lives in the western suburbs. Driving since 2000, Jimmy, in 2005, switched to…

Sugar, Salt and Fat Taxes could save 3.4 billion dollars in health costs in Australia: study

Melbourne, February 16: Australia could save $3.4 billion in healthcare costs by introducing a package of taxes on sugar, salt and saturated fat, and sugary drinks, while subsidising fruits and vegetables, University of Melbourne modelling shows. This package would result in an additional 2.1 years of healthy life for every 100 Australians alive in 2010,…

India’s Biggest Literary Festival arrives in Melbourne TOMORROW

Melbourne, February 10: Pop-up festival JLF Melbourne will kick off this weekend in an explosion of colour, music and performance devoted to the best South Asian and Australian writing and ideas. In the first collaboration between Melbourne Writers Festival and the Jaipur Literature Festival, JLF Melbourne will bring the magic of ‘the greatest literary show…

State of the art bulk-billing medical facilities at Hoppers Lane General Practice (HLGP)

Medical clinic HLGP provides access to many different specialities – all only 20 mins from the CBD, providing ease of access to medical amenities for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) people. There are 14 doctors at HLGP including Dr Satish Singh; fellow, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, who speaks Hindi, Urdu, Bangla. Apart from…

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