What is Endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a painful gynaecological condition that affects many women across Australia and beyond. Caused by endometrial tissue (womb lining) growing outside of the uterus, endometriosis can cause a range of symptoms, which can range from mild to severe. Find out how you can spot the signs of endometriosis and get the treatment you need. What Causes Endometriosis? Doctors are not sure what causes endometrial tissue to start growing outside the womb. [Read More]

Four Central Health Tips After Kidney Cancer Treatment

There are multiple treatment options for kidney cancer, including surgery, radiation and pharmaceuticals. The optimal method for your treatment will depend on factors like the severity of the condition, your health status and the risk factors. Regardless of the process used by your specialist, it is important for you to make healthier choices during and after the treatment. Healthier decisions will improve your well-being and boost your intrinsic immunity. Here are some core care tips after kidney cancer treatment. [Read More]

Are You Suffering from Sensitive Teeth? Here's Why

That insatiable wince indicative of sharp pain coming from your jaw each time you take something extremely hot or cold is a sure sign of tooth sensitivity. Ever wonder what causes it? Sensitivity is a common dental problem that could be a result of various dental health issues. Understanding the cause is the first step to fighting this problem and restoring your oral health. Keep reading to learn about some of the main culprits behind sensitive teeth. [Read More]

All You Need to Know About Anxiety

People that suffer from anxiety have a difficult time dealing with normal stressors such as financial problems, relationships or even being in public. In the extract below, you will learn more about anxiety and why you should seek help if you suffer from the condition.   What Is Anxiety? What Causes It?  Anxiety is a normal human reaction to a stressful situation. However, it becomes a problem when your response is not proportional to the perceived threat or stressor. [Read More]