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    • MAY 4, 2022
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    How to prepare for flu season

    How to prepare for flu season

    Just as we are all settling back into normality since the pandemic began, we also have to prepare ourselves for flu season which usually falls between June and August each year.

    • MARCH 7, 2022
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    Endometriosis: The Red Flags

    Endometriosis: The Red Flags

    At Healthcare Evolutions we want to open the conversation of periods and educate people young and old what is expected and what should be considered a concern to hopefully help minimize the diagnosis period for conditions such as endometriosis. 

    • MARCH 7, 2022
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    Period Products

    Period Products

    For those of us with a uterus, having our period can be difficult to manage. What can be useful is finding the best period products to help make managing your monthly visitor that little bit easer. In the last few years there has been a boom in options for period products. Sometimes even picking a

    • MARCH 7, 2022
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    Sexual Health Screenings

    Sexual Health Screenings

    If you are sexually active, it is important to make sexual transmitted infection (STI) screenings a part of your regular healthcare check up. It is recommended that a sexually active individual gets tested every 6-12 months. However, if you have multiple sexual partners in a year, it is recommended you get tested before each partner

    • MARCH 7, 2022
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    Trans Awareness

    Trans Awareness

    Transgender refers to the group of individuals whom do not identify to the gender they were assigned to at birth. It’s a common misconception that gender is what aligns with our genitals, when gender is how a person identifies themselves and has nothing to do with their bodies at all. Taking this week to celebrate

    • MARCH 7, 2022
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    Skin Checks

    Skin Checks

      As summer approaches let’s take this opportunity to remind ourselves of the importance of sun protection. Australian summers can be severely damaging to our skin and heavy sun exposure puts a lot of us at risk of skin cancer. Our country has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, around

    • AUGUST 24, 2020
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    Healthy Bones Action Week 2020

    Healthy Bones Action Week 2020

    Healthy Bones Action Week is an annual affair to encourage people to understand the importance of maintaining healthy and stronger bones and how your diet, exercise and lifestyle choices can impact your bone health. Why is bone health important? Bones provide structural support to your body weight and anchor vital organs in your body. For

    • JULY 15, 2020
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    National Diabetes Week: Awareness is the key to healthy living

    National Diabetes Week: Awareness is the key to healthy living

    Diabetes poses a huge challenge for the Australian healthcare system. With over 1.7 million Australians currently diabetic, the annual cost of its impact is enormous. Why raise awareness for Diabetes? Diabetes is a silent killer and most of Type 2 Diabetic patients don’t even know if they have the condition. In fact, it is estimated

    • JUNE 25, 2020
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    Coming out of lockdown: Why visiting your doctor is now more important than ever

    Coming out of lockdown: Why visiting your doctor is now more important than ever

    As we slowly emerge from COVID-19 lockdown and return to our normal life, visiting your doctors for your regular health checks has become more important than ever. This lockdown has created a concern amongst people to avoid doctors for fear of spreading the virus. But, is it okay to neglect our medical needs? Let’s find

    • NOVEMBER 26, 2019
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    How a Healthy Diet Can Help Your General Health

    How a Healthy Diet Can Help Your General Health

    We’ve all heard the saying ‘you are what you eat’ and, for the most part, we take it with a pinch of salt. When it comes to a healthy diet, though, what you eat really does have a significant impact on everything you do. Far from just being a source of fuel or even something