Bitten by a spider? Not sure what to do? This article explains the best first aid treatment depending on the type of spider involved.
Bites and stings
Most insect bites and stings are relatively harmless - but some spiders, snakes and sea creatures can be very dangerous. Learn more about them here.
About 100 Australian snakes are venomous. Although only 12 are likely to inflict a wound that could kill you. Learn about first aid for snake bites.
Dust mites are tiny, spider-like creatures that feed on house dust, pollen and fungal spores. They can cause allergic reactions in some people. Find out if they might affect you and how to manage them.
A prolonged erection occurs when blood in the penis becomes trapped and cannot circulate. This condition can be painful and can sometimes be caused by medicines used to treat erectile dysfunction. Learn more about prolonged erection here.
Floods and cyclones
We've compiled a list of some of the common health risks and hazards that can occur during floods and cyclones.
A granuloma is a tiny cluster of white blood cells and other tissue, and is found in the lungs, head, skin or elsewhere. Granulomas are not cancerous; they form as a reaction to, for example, infections or foreign objects.
CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation). Find out how to do it, when to do it, and information on training.