COVID-19 Update: In-person appointments now open teaser
360 Health + Community in-person services are now open across all programs.

In line with Government advice, 360 has re-opened in-person clinic-based appointments. We continue our pre-appointment health checks and physical distancing measures in all clinical settings, 360 Health Centres and office spaces. 
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ALIVE reopens for referrals, May 2020 teaser
360 mental health services are now open for referrals.
Over the past few weeks managing COVID-19 restrictions, we experienced a high demand for the ALIVE  program. We are pleased to reopen referrals after only a brief closure. 

Find out more about our mental health services or how to make a referral on our program pages.
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Referrals are closed for ALIVE Program, May 2020 teaser
Due to high demand the ALIVE program is currently at full capacity. We are unable to accept new referrals for ALIVE at this time. Due to the nature of this program, we cannot hold referrals or create a waitlist.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us on 1300 706 922.
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360 Health supports community through Coronavirus (COVID-19) teaser
​In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, 360 Health + Community would like to share some key changes for the organisation and channels of service delivery.
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Update on Coronavirus in WA  teaser
As a provider of health and disability services, we understand many of our clients, their families, and our community stakeholders are concerned about the new Coronavirus (COVID-19). You may have heard reports of some health and aged care workers in the eastern states being diagnosed with the virus. 
Please be assured that the most recent updates from Australian public health authorities advise the current risk of the virus remains low in Western Australia.
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Mental health welcomes new referrals, March 2020 teaser
360 mental health services are now open for referrals. Read more
Referrals are closed for some services, January 2020 teaser
There is currently a high demand for some of our services. Due to long wait lists and limited service hours over the holidays, please refer to this list for services that are not accepting referrals at this time Read more
Referrals are closed for some services, December 2019 teaser
There is currently a high demand for some of our services. Due to long wait lists and limited service hours over the holidays, please refer to this list for services that are not accepting referrals at this time Read more
Holiday Open Hours teaser


360 offices will be closed from 24th December 2019 and re-opening on 2nd January 2020.
We wish you a safe and happy festive season and look forward to seeing you in 2020.

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Annabeth in an interview on the TV program The Couch teaser
Last week, Annabeth Bateman, our Community Engagement Officer at headspace Fremantle, participated in an interview on the TV program The Couch, talking about headspace day and the headspace toolkit. Check out the interview here:

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Homelessness; Look me in the eye. teaser
Every night in Western Australia there are over 9,000 people experiencing homelessness.
If you have walked through our city, you will have seen one of the many people experiencing homelessness on our streets. And what did you do in that encounter? Did you offer money? Food? Did you answer them when they spoke to you? Many of our Street Doctor clients say one of the most difficult things to accept is their loss of identity and self-worth; the embarrassment and shame of their situation. And the one action that brings that home is the reluctance of people to look them in the eye and acknowledge them as a human being.
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Role of a Community-based Occupational Therapist in 360 Health & Community teaser
We work with individuals of all ages and all ethnic backgrounds, supporting them to achieve their life goals. Our focus is building an individual’s capacity to be as independent as they can be in their daily life and to maximise their fullest potential.
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Looking after your Headspace teaser
 At headspace Fremantle we are committed to improving the health and wellbeing of all members of our community.
Having good mental health means you are able to live your life in a positive way where you stay on top of your commitments, feel connected to others, and bounce back when you encounter one of life’s challenges.
It is so important to think about how we look after ourselves and stay well. There’s lots of ways to improve your wellbeing every day, but if you’re not sure wher to start our staff and Youth Reference Group have some ideas Read more
Chronic Pain - The Invisible Illness teaser

As 360 Health + Community’s care coordinator of the Persistent Pain Program, I am all too aware of the overwhelming percentage of people suffering from chronic pain. Chronic pain (or persistent pain) is described as pain occurring for longer than 3 months. Did you know that 1 in 5 Australians live with chronic pain including adolescents and children and this rises to 1 in 3 people over the age of 65. Read more
Gratitude and Happiness teaser

Our world is becoming more fast- paced and more confusing. Work and home deadlines, life responsibilities, bills and financial stressors, celebrity icons, can mean it is difficult to find comfort. Taking the time to stop and reflect on the positives in life is important to keep us grounded.

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Hydrotherapy – How can it benefit you? teaser

Ahead of the launch of our new group hydrotherapy program at the Armadale Fitness and Aquatic centre, Sam Love, Exercise Physiologist at 360 Health + Community, explains what hydrotherapy is, and the positive impact it can have on a variety of demographics, pathologies and individuals. 

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headspace Fremantle’s Annabeth Bateman on The Couch teaser
This week, Annabeth Bateman, Community Access Worker at headspace Fremantle was a guest on The Couch, discussing youth mental health. Read more
ALIVE Program - Update teaser
An update from the ALIVE suicide prevention program. Read more
CEO resignation announcement teaser
It is with regret that we announce Elizabeth Barnes will be stepping down from her role as Chief Executive Officer at 360 Health + Community, effective 16th August 2019.
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Debunking four common health myths teaser
Keeping up with the latest health trends can be tricky. Every week there seems to be a new so-called ‘superfood’ making the headlines, or a new ‘detox’ fad making us forget all about our own built-in detoxifier – the liver. Read more
Small steps – big changes: 10 ways to get active each day teaser
360’s Exercise Physiologist, Travis King shares his tips on getting active each day.
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Notice to 360 members & associate members change in auditor teaser

360 Health and Community Limited (“Company” or “360”) wishes to notify its members that the Company has received approval from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) to change its auditor. Accordingly, the Company has now accepted the resignation of Moore Stephens and the consent of Grant Thornton to its appointment as the Company’s auditor.

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360 Appoints New Chief Financial Officer teaser

We are excited to announce the appointment of Gautam Gupta as Chief Financial Officer for 360 Health + Community. Read more
New partnership expands Street Doctor services teaser

A new partnership between Street Doctor and Women's Health & Family Services (WHFS) will see the commencement of a new evening clinic each Wednesday in Northbridge.
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360 Appoints Three New Board Directors teaser

We are delighted that three new Directors have been appointed to the 360 Health and Community Board in December. Read more
headspace nominated for 2019 Australian LGBTI Awards teaser

Well done everyone at headspace Fremantle, named as exemplars for their work supporting young people identifying as LGBTIQ+ Read more
360's Dorika Nhongo presenting at 51st AAG Conference teaser

360's Chronic Disease & Aged Care Manager and PHD candidate Dorika Nhongo will be presenting at the 51st Australian Association of Gerontology Conference in Melbourne on 22 November, 2018 Read more
After Hours GP Midland Clinic Closure teaser

360 Health + Community regrets to announce the closure of our After Hours GP services located at St John of God Midland Public Hospital from 30 November 2018. Read more
360 to attend Obesity Collaborative Summit 2018 teaser
We’re excited to be attending the Obesity Collaborative Summit 2018 and workshops to take part in shaping the WA health system’s actions for supporting people and those close to them who want to lose weight. Read more
Thank You CSBP teaser

Poor mental health is a significant risk factor for chronic physical health conditions. Through a generous contribution from CSBP we are realising our goal of improving access to healthy lifestyle services for people with mental health conditions and their families.
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WAPHA: 360 appointed as lead agency for new headspace Mandurah location. teaser

Western Australian Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) announced yesterday the appointment of 360 Health + Community as the lead agency for the new headspace service in Mandurah. 
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360 Health Centre Joondalup Notice of Site Closure teaser

360 Health + Community regrets to announce the relocation of 360 Health Centre Joondalup and our withdrawal from the Joondalup area on Monday, 22 January 2018.

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Diabetes Outpatient Waitlists Cut for Over 300 Patients teaser

In collaboration with the Department of Health and Fiona Stanley Hospital, the Diabetes Complex Care Clinic initiative delivered by 360 has seen average care access waitlists for people with complex type 2 diabetes reduced to two weeks, down from up to twelve months.
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Closure of 360 Just Better Care franchise in Western Australia teaser

The Board of 360 Health + Community (360 H+C) today announced the closure of its Just Better Care franchise in Western Australia from Thursday 23 November, 2017.
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360 Appoints New Chief Executive Officer teaser

Following a recent review of management, the Board of 360 Health + Community (360) is pleased to advise the appointment of Mark Slattery as its new Chief Executive Officer.
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The Messy Desk teaser
The use of metaphors can be an effective tool in finding common ground in a therapeutic relationship. The Messy Desk is a helpful way to describe the process of therapy. 

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How does sleep affect diabetes? teaser
A bad night’s sleep can make you feel grumpy, groggy and exhausted; but for people with diabetes, missing sleep may have even more serious effects. 

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Exercises you can do at home teaser
As the weather cools down, going for a walk or run outside starts to lose its appeal. Don't lose track of your fitness goals this winter - check out these simple exercises you can do in the comfort of home.

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Fight the cold with exercise teaser
It’s that time of the year again when we all fall prey to the cold and flu. Have you ever wondered why some get sick more frequently than others? It may have something to do with their immune system.

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Are you making these 4 exercise mistakes? teaser
Starting an exercise routine is one of the best things you can do for your health. Whether it’s for weight loss, managing chronic illness like diabetes and heart disease, or helping with pain, exercise can help. But if you're just starting out with exercise, make sure you're not making these four mistakes.

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Type 1 vs type 2 diabetes - what's the difference? teaser
Diabetes is a condition whereby the body has a problem controlling the amount of glucose in the blood. But what is the difference between type 1 and type 2? Read more
What is high blood pressure? teaser
High Blood pressure (or hypertension) affects over 30% of the Australian population aged 18 years and older. Of these individuals, more than 68% are living with uncontrolled or unmanaged high blood pressure. 

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Chronic pain management: pacing teaser
Chronic pain can make everyday tasks much more difficult. The key is pacing yourself.

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How to exercise for bone health teaser
In Australia 1.2 million people have Osteoporosis and a further 6.3 million are known to have low bone density.  So, what can we do about it?

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Dear Practices,

As you may be aware the funding for Tier 1 Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) will cease effective 31st March 2017 and be replaced by alternative mental health models commissioned by the WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA). It is our understanding that WAPHA will engage with you directly in relation to any new referral pathways or models of care. Read more
Should you quit sugar? teaser
There has been a lot of hype over sugar in recent times, so it’s a good time to have a chat about what sugar is and how much we should have. 

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What is asthma and how do we control it? teaser
Asthma is an inflammatory condition of the airways. This results in the airways become tight, the lining swells and phlegm is produced. This makes it hard to breathe at times and can be life threatening. 

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Don't be blinded by diabetic eye disease teaser
Eye disease is one of the most common complications of diabetes. Almost everyone with type 1 diabetes and more than 60% of those with type 2 diabetes will develop some form of diabetic eye disease within the first 20 years after being diagnosed with diabetes. 

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Untangling the effects of trauma teaser
Have you experienced trauma? The effects of trauma are different for everyone, but they can be long lasting. There are some ways you can help your recovery and reduce the effects.

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Legumes: The underrated staple teaser
Legumes have a very high nutritional value, but are often forgotten from people's diet. So, what's so good about them and how can we eat more of them?

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Carnarvon community comes together for great food teaser
Our dietetics team in Geraldton have been busy for the last year, working with members of the Carnarvon Aboriginal community to create healthy, homemade meals using fresh local ingredients.  Read more
What does depression look like? teaser
Feeling sad, down or low from time to time is something we all experience. However for some, these feelings may be very strong, last for long periods of time and be hard to bounce back from. 

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Improving the outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients through partnerships teaser
360 Health + Community (360) are pleased to announce they have entered a partnership with the team at Moorditj Koort – a local community-run Aboriginal health and wellness centre – to deliver the Integrated Team Care (ITC) service in Perth north-east and south-west. 
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How to exercise with chronic pain teaser
Do you suffer from chronic pain? Is it restricting you from being able to complete exercise or everyday activities? Check out these tips for exercising with chronic pain.

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What's the best type of exercise for weight loss? teaser
Exercise is good for weight loss (and more), that we can all agree on.  But what is the best type of exercise for shedding the kilos?  Is it High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)? Maybe running? Or should you try yoga?  We are always on the hunt for the answer to obesity, but the answer may not be a clear cut as you would like. Let’s look into some common forms of exercise.

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Why do we need sleep? teaser
Sleep is important as it allows us to be efficient, productive, emotionally stable, and mentally sharp and have a lot of energy to get through each day well. Here are some tips to help you get better sleep.

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Dear Doctors,
I’m writing to inform you of changes to the Commonwealth funding for Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) and Mental Health Services Rural and Remote Access (MHSRRA) that may affect patients you have recently referred.

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We are thrilled to announce that 360 Health + Community has been successful in securing ITC funding to continue services in Perth North East, Rockingham and Kwinana, as well as now servicing the Fremantle area.

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How can exercise help with anxiety? teaser
Anxiety is one of the most common mental health difficulties in Australia, with approximately one quarter of the population reporting experiences of anxiety across a lifetime. Anxiety can feel overwhelming and impact on both our physical and emotional health. When consumed with worry, it may be difficult to sleep, concentrate, and complete day to day activities. 

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Self compassion teaser
"You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection."  - Buddha

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Stay healthy this festive season teaser
It's the season of indulgence, but that doesn't mean your health has to come second. Follow these simple tips to ensure you don't lose track of your health goals this festive season.

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Can you drink alcohol if you have diabetes? teaser
It’s that time of year and the calendar is filling up with lunches, work parties and celebrations. So if you have type 2 diabetes, is it safe to have a few drinks to celebrate the festive season? The answer is, well, there is no simple answer! It all depends on how much you drink and what else you consume.

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World Diabetes Day 2016 teaser
November 14th is World Diabetes Day. The theme this year is ‘Eyes on Diabetes’ to promote the importance of screening to ensure early diagnosis of type 2 diabetes and treatment to reduce the risk of serious complications. 

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How do we eat more mindfully? teaser
Are you familiar with the feeling of overeating? Do you eat everything on your plate, regardless of whether you’re still hungry? Becoming more aware of and responsive to hunger and fullness signals is key to a healthy and mindful way of eating. 

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Health facts vs fiction teaser
You've probably heard a lot of 'facts' about various areas of health that you should follow. How do you know what's true and what's not? Let's take a look at some of them and bust some myths!

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Put sleep apnoea to rest teaser
Feeling tired during the day? Experiencing low energy or irritability? Getting constantly nudged by your bed partner to roll over because you’re snoring so loudly that you’re waking up the neighbourhood? You could be experiencing symptoms of obstructive sleep apnoea.

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Is your metabolism really to blame? teaser
Our metabolism is often the first to be blamed for weight gain or for an inability to shed kilos. First of all, to be able to determine whether or not your metabolism is affecting your ability to lose weight, you need to know what a metabolism is and how it can play a role. So what is a metabolism?
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How 360 is working to join our disconnected health system teaser
​Paul Hersey - 360 Health + Community CEO

Having worked across different health systems around the world, I believe the one we have in Australia is one of the best. I also believe most of the complaints levelled against it aren’t because the system is fundamentally broken – it’s because it is disconnected, with nobody funded or wholly accountable to support the patient journey across multiple systems and funders.

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The ABCs of diabetes management teaser
If you have diabetes, it's important you undertake measures to control it and avoid complications such as nerve and blood vessel damage or increased risk of heart attack or stroke. The ABCs of diabetes care outline the areas where you should aim to meet specific targets in order to remain on top of diabetes. 

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The 'third space': what is the human psyche? teaser
"The human spirit is stronger than anything that can happen to it" - What does this mean? How do we often overcome all odds in our environment and come out on top? It's all to do with the human psyche, and how its capacity can help us get through some extremely tough times.

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We're a finalist in the AIM Pinnacle Awards - Emerging Business Excellence teaser
We're thrilled to have been selected as a finalist in the Australian Institute of Management Pinnacle Awards - Emerging Business Excellence! 

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Vertigo and the inner ear teaser
We’ve all experienced situations of vertigo (when the room spins around us) or dizziness when we change head positions or stand up too quickly. In most people they subside quickly and we don’t think about them again, however if they are repetitive and causing problems, it’s possible you may have Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), a common disorder of the inner ear. 

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Chances are most of us will experience lower back pain (LBP) at some point in our life, with over 3 million Australians suffering at any given time. With a range of treatment options such as massage, acupuncture, pain medication, injections and surgery it is easy to forget that one of the most basic treatments, exercise, can play a massive role, even though the pain may make it the last thing you want to do.

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Are you getting enough fibre? teaser
Dietary fibre helps keep our digestive system healthy and is vital for our overall wellbeing. So what is fibre, and where do we find it? Read more
Untangling the effects of complex trauma teaser
In adult life everyone struggles to some extent, sometimes traumatically, but for many of us this also occurs at the developmentally vulnerable time of childhood. When this involves a repeated loss or abuse of trust, we have a situation of complex trauma.

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Tickets now on sale for headspace Fremantle gala teaser
headspace Fremantle presents an Outback Fusion fundraising gala on the 17th September.
Featuring amazing food, comedy and entertainment, this is one event not to be missed!
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It's time to talk about COPD teaser
COPD is an umbrella term for a number of lung diseases, including emphysema, chronic bronchitis and chronic asthma, which aren’t fully reversible and currently have no cure. 

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Are you at risk of type 2 diabetes? teaser
You’ve probably heard a lot in the media about the “obesity epidemic “and the increasing incidence of type 2 diabetes.  In Australia around 1.7 million people have diabetes and type 2 accounts for over 85% of all cases, making it by far the most prevalent.  So, what factors might increase your risk? 

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The Paleo Diet  teaser
Is Paleo the way to go? What is it really, and are we actually eating like they did in the Paleolithic period?

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Depression & Exercise teaser
Depression is a concerning and growing condition that can greatly affect an individual’s quality of life. It’s typically managed in primary care by pharmacology and psychological interventions, however the practice of engaging in exercise as a form of treatment is only relatively new.   

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3 ways to eat your way to a healthy heart teaser
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for Australian men and women, but many of these deaths could be prevented by making lifestyle changes. Healthy eating can have a significant positive impact on blood pressure and cholesterol as well as helping to maintain a healthy weight and giving us the energy to be more active. 

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Diabetes: Busting the myths teaser
If you've been diagnosed with diabetes, there is a lot of information out there to sift through to understand how to best manage it. Take a look at these top 10 myths about diabetes - and the truths behind them.

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What's in your child's lunchbox? teaser
It’s the age old question: what healthy snacks should I pack for my children? The many factors such as likes and dislikes, school policies, time, nutrition, variety, logistics and budget can make our choices very limited. 

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The role of the mind in illness teaser
You feel sick and in pain and go to your GP for a remedy or at least an explanation, and there is none. Perhaps you’ve been to a specialist and had multiple tests to see what’s wrong, but they all come back negative. People tell you it’s “all in your head” but you know it’s real. What’s going on? 

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Goal Setting & Action Planning teaser
When we set ourselves goals it can sometimes be overwhelming to think about all the things we need to do to reach a goal. This may make it difficult to get motivated. Action planning can help us to reach our goals by breaking it down into achievable steps.
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The non-diet approach teaser
The dieting industry has skyrocketed in recent years, with increased pressure to count calories, cut out this and that or just flat out starve yourself. It's time for a new approach.

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Put your best foot forward teaser
As a person living with diabetes there are increased risks of complications affecting our feet. Prolonged high blood glucose levels may lead to poor blood circulation to your feet (peripheral vascular disease) and nerve damage (peripheral neuropathy).
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How can we better manage anxiety? teaser
Anxiety is part and parcel of the human condition. We all exhibit anxiety to a greater or lesser extent, and low levels actually assist us to be ‘on the ball’ so we can perform well. Problems arise when anxiety becomes unmanageable. Given how many people experience high levels of anxiety, it is not surprising that anxiety is reported to be the most common of all mental health conditions. What may be less obvious is the fact that it may also behind many unexplained medical conditions. 

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Keep up your exercise motivation teaser
Are you having problems staying motivated to exercise? The motivation may become harder to keep during winter, so let’s have at some ways to keep us on track.

We are constantly exposed to the benefits of exercise, and we know how important it is to keep us healthy, but the ‘doing it’ is often the hardest part. 

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How to avoid that winter weight gain teaser
It’s not uncommon for us to want to seek warmth and comfort from food when the temperature drops and usually a salad doesn’t quite cut it. Unfortunately these hearty foods can often be high in calories and can lead to unwanted weight gain. 

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5 tips to manage your diabetes teaser
A diagnosis of diabetes often leads to confusion - there’s a lot of conflicting information floating around about what you can do to manage it. It can be hard to know where to start! Here is a simple list of things you can begin to do today to improve your health and enjoy your life.

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Depression - What's actually going on? teaser
We all get down from time to time. Relationships can throw up challenges, work life can get on top of us or grief can turn our life upside-down – there are many ways it can happen and a lot of them can lead to what looks like depression, or even turn into depression, but in themselves they aren’t. 

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Free lung screening in Geraldton teaser
With winter approaching we’re all bound to end up with a cough at some point – but if you’re a current smoker, ex-smoker or someone who has worked in smoky or polluted environments, it’s now easy to make sure that cough is a winter lurgy and nothing more.

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Banana Raspberry and Walnut Loaf teaser

Looking for a tasty treat that ticks all the right boxes? Why not try and throw this together?

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Avoiding Work Burnout teaser
  • Do you drag yourself to work and have trouble getting started once you arrive?
  • Have you become irritable or impatient with co-workers, customers or clients?
  • Do you lack the energy to be consistently productive?
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Meet Your Kidneys teaser

They are often underrated, in fact most of us hardly think about them, but they are so vital to the daily workings of the body. They clean your blood, working hard 24/7 as tireless, highly technical recycling and waste disposal units that hardly ever complain. In fact, less than 10% of people with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) are even aware they have it. 

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How to be Portion Smart teaser

Healthy Living and Condition Support

When it comes to losing weight and then keeping it off long term, it all comes down to portion sizes. Here are some ways on how you can practise portion control.

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