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A balanced diet

Get some of the best tips on how to eat a wide variety of foods in the right proportions for a healthy diet.

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Healthy eating for children

Encourage healthy eating habits in children by planning meals and shopping for healthy food. Being at a healthy weight helps children enjoy life more.

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Red blood cells

Red blood cells carry oxygen around your body and transport carbon dioxide to the lungs. Learn about related health problems and how a healthy diet can help produce red blood cells.

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Osteoporosis prevention

You can strengthen your bones and help prevent osteoporosis with a healthy diet and good exercise regime. Find out why your lifestyle affects your bone density.

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Phenylketonuria

Links to information about phenylketonuria (PKU), an inherited disorder that increases levels of an amino acid in the blood called phenylalanine.

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Living with osteoporosis

There is no cure for osteoporosis, but medicines and lifestyle changes can help. Find out how to manage with osteoporosis.

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How to lower blood pressure

High blood pressure is common and often has no symptoms. Read these tips for keeping your blood pressure under control.

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How to lower cholesterol

High cholesterol levels increase your risk of heart disease and stroke - here's how you can help lower the level of cholesterol in your blood.

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Healthy at home

Australians are spending more time at home than ever before. With information and support, you can manage much of your health and mental wellbeing at home.

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Foods high in vitamin D

Vitamin D is essential for your body to absorb calcium properly and for healthy bones and muscles. Most vitamin D comes from sunlight, but it is also found in some foods. Learn here how to get enough vitamin D.

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