4 Treatment Options For Thyroid Cancer

Posted on: 29 January 2018

Thyroid cancer is the growth of abnormal cells in the thyroid gland. It affects the gland's production of hormones that assist the body in utilising energy causing weakness, fatigue and muscle aches among other problems. Although it is not a commonly occurring cancer, its incidence in Australia is increasing significantly. Here are some treatment options for thyroid cancer. 1.  Surgery The initial treatment for thyroid cancer in many cases is usually surgery.
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Clinical Pilates: Can It Help Your Lower Back Pain?

Posted on: 21 November 2017

If you suffer from debilitating back pain and would like an alternative form of treatment other than prescription medication, you may want to consider clinical pilates. This type of pilates largely focuses on correcting your posture, strengthening your core, enhancing your balance and improve your overall flexibility. The main difference between clinical pilates and traditional pilates is that the former provides you with a personalised approach when determining the course of treatment your specific back pain would require.
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Health Tips Your Doctors Want You to Know

Posted on: 25 September 2017

Sometimes paying a visit to your doctor is unavoidable. At other times, simple health advice can prevent you from needing to attend a doctor's clinic. While there are lots of areas of medicine where you could take control of your health yourself, here are some top tips your doctor may want you to know.  Sticking cotton buds in your ear isn't a good idea The area inside your ear is sensitive, prone to infection, and easy to injure.
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Understanding Coeliac Disease

Posted on: 23 August 2017

Coeliac disease is a serious condition that causes your immune system to overreact when you consume gluten, which is a protein found in several grains. Your immune system triggers an attack on this usually harmless substance, and as a result, your small intestine becomes inflamed, which can prevent vital nutrients being absorbed. The precise reason some people develop coeliac disease is unknown, but you can develop it at any time in your life, and a combination of genetic and environmental factors are thought to be responsible for triggering your immune system to attack gluten.
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