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Travel health advice

Trusted travel health advice and tips including information on insurance, vaccinations, medications, food and drink, climate, and visiting your doctor.

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Travel vaccinations

Trusted information on travel vaccinations including what they are, safety, side effects, diseases to get vaccinated for, plus links to trusted resources.

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Zika virus

Trusted health information about the Zika virus, including causes, symptoms, risks for pregnant women and what to do if you are planning to travel overseas.

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Ovarian cancer and financial support

Trusted information about ovarian cancer and financial support and link to trusted resources.

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Practical aspects of living with cervical cancer

If you have been diagnosed with cervical cancer, discover practical aspects of living with cervical cancer by reading the tips on this page.

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Pollen

Links to trusted information about pollen.

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Cosmetic dentistry

Trusted information about cosmetic dentistry from leading Australian health organisations, including links to teeth and travel health information.

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Holidays

Trusted information about holidays from leading Australian health organisations, including links to health advice for Australians travelling overseas.

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Living with bowel cancer

Trusted information on living with bowel cancer including questions for your dr, stoma facts, travel tips, plus other practical advice and links to trusted resources

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Human growth hormone

Human growth hormone is a small protein that travels in the bloodstream to stimulate growth. Learn more about the medical uses of human growth hormone.

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Motion sickness

Motion (or travel) sickness occurs when you feel unwell due to being in a moving vehicle. Commonly known as 'car sickness' or 'sea sickness', it is a normal response and can generally be prevented.

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