When we think about being healthy, we often think about eating right, exercising regularly and getting a good night’s sleep,
but according to mental health expert Dr Jean Starling, feeling good this year starts with a little ‘attitude’.
As we head into the hottest months of the year, many parents ask what they need to do to make sure their children are protected from the sun.
RPA's skin cancer expert Professor John Thompson says summer is a timely reminder that we all could be a little more sun safe.
For every baby born in New South Wales, the parents are given a Personal Health Record – better known as a ‘Blue Book’.
The Blue Book has important information about your child’s health and development. It is also a place to record your child’s height, weight, development, illnesses, injuries and immunisations.
We recommend that you take your child’s Blue Book to your Child and Family Health Nurse or local doctor for their regular developmental checks.