Our Symptom checker provides clinical advice on what to do next based on your symptoms.
Objects in the nose
An object in nose can go unnoticed until symptoms begin to develop. Such as pain, redness or swelling. If you think think your child may have an object in the nose you should take them to a doctor.
Nose and throat
The nose and throat are part of the respiratory system, responsible for your sense of smell and swallowing. Learn about their functions and what can go wrong.
A deviated septum is a condition in which the nasal septum is significantly crooked, making breathing difficult. Find out about symptoms and treatment options.
Red Nose Safe Sleeping App
The Red Nose Safe Sleeping app gives information on how to sleep baby safely and reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome and fatal sleeping accidents.
Supporting Red Nose Day saves little lives
Every day in Australia, 9 infants or children die suddenly and unexpectedly. The aim of Red Nose Day is to reduce this number to zero. Here's how you can help.
Rhinoplasty (often called a ‘nose job’) is surgery to repair or reshape the nose. But what questions must you ask before having one? Learn more here.
The inferior turbinates can sometimes become permanently enlarged and block your nose. Surgery should relieve your symptoms.
A septorhinoplasty is an operation to improve the appearance of your nose and how you breathe. You should have realistic expectations about the results.
Septoplasty will resolve a deviated septum, making it straight and relieving your symptoms of a blocked nose. Learn more about the risks and benefits of this surgery.
A cold is a viral infection that affects the nose, the throat and upper airways. Find out more about the common cold.