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Queensland Health 13h
In this heat, it's important to keep hydrated. Men! πŸ‘¨ that means you should drink 2.6 litres or 10 cups of fluid each day. Women! πŸ‘© You should drink 2.1 litres or 8 cups of fluid each day. If you are exercising or sweating a lot, you will need to drink extra water! 🚰
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Queensland Health 16h
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Queensland Health Jan 21
Meet TESA the robot. There are currently five TESA (The eHealth Service Assistant) robots being trialed in two of our hospitals, they can speak 26 languages, give directions to lost patients, and bring a little joy to our hospital wards (with a sneaky joke or impromptu dance) πŸ˜‚
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Queensland Health Jan 21
BLOG: A lifestyle has become a bit of a buzz lately, but with so many opinions on the health benefits and implications of a vegan lifestyle, it can be hard to know what’s fact and what’s fiction. Read more:
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Australian Government Department of Health Jan 20
With only a couple weeks left, check out some holiday activities suggested by to keep your kids entertained during these final weeks
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Queensland Health Jan 20
Self care isn’t selfish; instead it’s all about taking time out to focus on your wellbeing. This week find some time, even just 30 minutes, to check in with yourself and remember to march to your own beat πŸ₯
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Queensland Health Jan 19
As the heatwave spreads across the state remember: 😎 Slip, slop, slap, seek and slide πŸ’§ Stay hydrated ⛱️ Stay safe at the beach or pool β˜€ Keep cool with fans and air-conditioning
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Queensland Health Jan 18
The best way to look after your ❀ starts with a healthy lifestyle. Some quick tips: πŸ‰πŸ‡ Pack more fruit and veg into your diet πŸŠβ€β™€οΈπŸš΄β€β™€οΈ Fit some exercise into your day πŸ™…β€β™‚οΈπŸš­ Say no to smoking
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Childrens Health Qld Jan 17
We're in for another warm few days Qld 🌞 Avoid going out between 11am & 5pm, stay hydrated (for kids under 8yrs, at least 4-6 glasses of water is recommended, for kids older than 8 a min. of 6-8 glasses), when going outside remember sunscreen and dress kids in light clothing 😎
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Queensland Health Jan 17
WARNING: The temperature under the canopy of an enclosed pram can be up to 15 degrees hotter than outside 🌑 β˜€ Keep your baby cool and seek shade.
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Queensland Health Jan 16
πŸ“£ Heat exhaustion is serious. Look out for those around and seek medical attention immediately if you believe someone is showing these symptoms. β˜€οΈ
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Jan 16
While the 🌑 has been focussed in the southern states and have recorded 32 consecutive days with max temps equal to or above 40Β°Cβ€”a new record for . The heat πŸ₯΅ is set to continue into next week, see MetEye:
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Better Health Jan 16
It's essential to stay hydrated on hot days. You can add washed herbs or fruits to cold water for a delicious drink. with our tips:
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Gold Coast Health Jan 15
A is current for Binna Burra, Beechmont and Numinbah Valley areas.
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Queensland Health Jan 15
If you want to prevent bad breath, tooth decay and gum disease in one simple step remember the golden rule and brush your before bed, and again each and every morning πŸ˜πŸ‘
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Queensland Health Jan 14
Did you NOSE πŸ‘ƒ that crying during a nose bleed can increase blood flow? If you or someone you know is experiencing a blood nose, follow these steps:
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Queensland Health Jan 14
Because egg shells are porous, washing a dirty egg can cause harmful bacteria, including Salmonella, to get inside. Always throw out cracked or dirty eggs, never wash them πŸ₯šβŒ To clean your eggs, wipe them with a paper towel to remove any dirt or faeces.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Jan 13
Hot 🌑️air, already over western , will spread eastwards across the south of the state through this week with severe conditions developing. Stay cool. More info at
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Queensland Health Jan 13
A new year is a great opportunity to make your mental health a priority. We've listed some practical steps below for investing in your mental wellbeing throughout 2019 and beyond βœ… Read:
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Queensland Health Jan 11
The answer is always YES. If you're heading outside this weekend, apply sunscreen and re-apply often βœ…
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