To Avoid Back Injuries Don't Do These Five Things When You Start Weightlifting

Posted on: 21 February 2017

Weightlifting can be hard on your back, but with the right precautions, this workout can be rewarding and strength-building without leading to any sports injuries. Wondering what you should avoid to protect your back? Here are five things new weight lifters should not do. 1. Don't start with the most  dangerous moves. There are a lot of different options when you start weight lifting, and to be on the safe side, you may want to avoid some of the most risky moves until you are a bit more experienced. [Read More]

The Risk Of Placenta Previa Following An Abortion: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 11 January 2016

It's seldom an easy decision for a woman to have an abortion, but it's important to know about the risks this medical procedure sometimes presents. Placenta previa is a problem that can affect pregnant women, and if you have had an abortion, the risk of this complication increases. Learn what causes placenta previa, and find out why an abortion can increase the risk of this dangerous condition. What is placenta previa? [Read More]

Autism And Irlen Syndrome: Advice For Parents

Posted on: 19 November 2015

Autism is a developmental disorder that affects around 115,000 people in Australia. People with autism can experience several symptoms, and there is increasing evidence that the condition can cause problems with vision and/or perception of the person's immediate environment. Irlen Syndrome is a specific perceptual processing disorder that can affect people with autism. Learn more about the condition, and find out what steps you may need to take to help your child cope with the problem. [Read More]

Should You Give Birth in a Public Hospital, Private Hospital, or at Home?

Posted on: 15 September 2015

Becoming pregnant with your first child is an incredibly exciting time in your life. You have 9 months of pregnancy ahead to nurture the growing child inside of you, and then you have the childbirth itself, which for many first time mothers, is an overwhelming prospect. You will absolutely want to make sure that you feel comfortable and looked after when it comes time to deliver the baby. Along the way, there are many decisions to make, and where to deliver your baby is a decision you will have to make sooner or later. [Read More]