Do face masks protect you from bushfire smoke?
Face masks won’t necessarily protect you from the poor air quality being caused by Australian bushfire smoke. Here's why, and what you can do to protect yourself.
A dust storm can reduce the quality of the air that we breathe, so people – especially those with a respiratory condition – need to take precautions. Learn how to protect your health in a dust storm here.
Sending kids with asthma to school? Here's what you need to know
Sending your kids back to school after the long summer break can feel like a relief, but if you have a child with asthma, there are a few things to remember.
What to do if you’re feeling stressed or helpless about the Australian bushfire crisis
Feeling stressed, scared or anxious about the Australian bushfires is normal, even if you’re not directly affected. Here's how to help yourself, and how to donate.
Emergency apps and online tools
Looking for tools and apps to help you deal with or prepare for an emergency? We've compiled a list of resources to help you when you need assistance.
Bushfire health and safety
Bushfires have become a part of Australian life. Learn how to protect your health, prepare for a natural disaster, know which health conditions put you at greater risk, and how to cope emotionally.