Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA)
Obstructive sleep apnoea occurs when a person's throat is partly or completely blocked while they are asleep. Learn about symptoms and treatment here.
How to stop snoring
There are many causes of snoring, some of which are serious. If you or your household have concerns, you should see a doctor, and try some of these simple measures to stop it.
The adenoids are small lumps of soft tissue found at the back of the nose in children. Healthy adenoids are part of young kids’ immune systems.
Sleep disorders can seriously affect your health and safety. Find out more about managing sleep disorders.
Getting the most out of your pharmacist
Pharmacists are qualified medicines experts who provide advice and counselling on products and general healthcare. Learn how community pharmacists can help you.
Find out all about pulmonary hypertension, a condition caused by changes to the arteries in your lungs that can damage your heart.
How to get better sleep, according to science
Nearly half of Australian adults don't get enough quality sleep. Here are 6 tips for better sleep and the causes of poor sleep to avoid.
Apert syndrome is a rare condition that causes an abnormally shaped skull and fused fingers and toes. Other body parts and organs are also affected. Surgery and other treatments can, however, help development.
Teeth grinding (bruxism)
Teeth grinding (bruxism) is a fairly common behaviour. Find out how you can protect your teeth from damage and what treatment is available.
A deviated septum is when the nasal septum (bone and cartilage in the nose) is crooked, affecting your breathing. Learn about symptoms and treatments.