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Meet Breyana, ophthalmologist and from "Working in ophthalmology is fun, I really get to know the patients because I have to get right in their face and tap on their eyeballs." 👀Thanks Breyana, for the great work you're doing every day!
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Queensland Health Sep 21
🍓 Strawberries are delicious and a great source of fibre, vitamins and minerals 🍓 Support Queensland strawberry farmers this weekend - don't cut them out, just cut them up 👍🍓
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Queensland Health Sep 20
NEW ON THE BLOG: What should you do if you think someone has dementia?
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Queensland Health Sep 19
This 📷 was taken of six nursing sisters outside of the Stanthorpe Military Hospital in 1918 - what do you think of the uniforms? 🤔
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Queensland Health Sep 18
Looking for simple the community? Why not invest some time into learning or renewing your First Aid and CPR training? Visit for more info:
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Queensland Police Sep 17
Police have ruled out reports of a strawberry contamination incident at a school on the southside of Brisbane today. Urgent inquiries conducted into the allegation determined a false report had been made. We are confident no products have been contaminated in this instance.
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Queensland Health Sep 17
Dehydration can affect any Queenslander at any time of year, and can have potentially fatal consequences. Would you be able to recognise the signs of mild dehydration? Severe dehydration can be deadly, if you believe someone is showing signs of dehydration, call 000 immediately.
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Queensland Health Sep 16
Post natal depression affects around 1 in every 7 women who give birth in Australia and can develop between 1 month and up to 1 year after the birth of a baby. This week, take some time out to check in with the Mums in your life 💗 Need support? Call 1300 224 636
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Queensland Health Sep 16
📣Important information that could save a life. Follow these steps and remember FAST if you believe someone is having a stroke.
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Queensland Health Sep 13
Very important information 📣
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Queensland Health Sep 12
Today is . Sepsis can occur as a result of any infection in the body. Knowing the signs and symptoms can save lives. These are just some stories of people who have experienced sepsis. Sepsis symptoms can vary a lot between people.
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Queensland Health Sep 12
⚠️ UPDATED Health Alert for contaminated strawberries with needles. Visit:
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Queensland Police Sep 12
Replying to @qldhealthnews
Affected brands have been removed from all shelves
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Queensland Police Sep 12
Replying to @qldhealthnews
Advice from Chief Health Officer to exercise caution and cut up strawberries before consuming.
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Queensland Police Sep 12
Acting Det Chief Supt Terry Lawrence, Chief Health Officer & DG will update the media in relation to the ongoing investigation into the contamination of strawberries in Queensland .
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Queensland Health Sep 12
Replying to @ruokday
Some great tips from on starting a conversatin: 👍
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Queensland Health Sep 12
Hey Queensland, R U OK? Conversations are powerful and can change lives. As part of Day, set a goal to check in with a friend and ask them if they're okay. If you're not quite sure where to start - check below for steps on how to start a conversation.
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Queensland Police Sep 12
Key points from media conference with Acting Det Chief Supt Terry Lawrence & Chief Health Officer Jeanette Young.
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Queensland Police Sep 11
Replying to @qldhealthnews
Concern is with people who have already bought strawberries that may be contaminated & remain in their fridges or freezers or may have been used in baking.
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Queensland Health Sep 11
Regarding strawberry contamination: • If you’re in possession of the strawberries throw them out. • If you’re concerned call 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84) or speak to your GP.
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