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    What are they and why are they so good for you?

  • Instant noodles

    Read how you can improve this popular snack.  

  • Two pregnant women of culturally and linguistically diverse background
    Multicultural support for parenting and pregnancy
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    Middle-aged spread

    How to avoid it.

Featured News & Events

The Morayfield Wellbeing Event will be a collaboration between local community organisations and guest speakers with a view to engaging the community in understanding the importance of respectful relationships in eliminating domestic and family violence.

VENUE: Caboolture Sports Club, Station Rd, Caboolture

DATE: Tuesday, 31 May 2016

TIME: 9.30am – 2.30pm

In this issue of Health Journey we look at processed meats, the middle-aged spread and how to avoid it, healthy relationships, and whether you need to use extra contraceptive precautions when taking antibiotics while on the Pill.

Health Journey 2016 Issue 1

Women's Health has partnered with the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation (ACCF) to launch the Cervical Health Info Line. The Cervical Health Info Line is a confidential service, staffed by registered nurses and midwives, which provides women concerned about cervical screening (Pap smears) with additional support and advice. They can answer a variety of questions, including:

  • How do I prepare for a Pap smear and what can I expect?

  • Are Pap smears safe during pregnancy?

  • Pap smear results and what they mean

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