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E-cigarettes are not harmless. If you’ve never smoked before, don’t start 🙅‍♂️🙅‍♀️
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Darling Downs Health 19h
“It’s wonderful to know that the dog that we know and love, who makes us all so happy, is able to help other people feel happy as well.” Thanks Kerryn for bring the very Wally each fortnight to visit our residents. #
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Queensland Police 20h
A fast-moving fire is travelling in a south-westerly direction from Rice Road and Halletts Road towards Swanbank. The fire is likely to impact properties between Halletts Road and Blackheath Road, Redbank Plains. You need to be ready to follow your bushfire survival plan.
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Queensland Health 21h
It is very important that people with pre-existing health conditions take their medication, follow their treatment plan, and seek immediate medical advice if symptoms persist. For more health advice, visit:
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Queensland Health Sep 16
Kitchen cloths and sponges can be a hotbed for bacteria 🤢 When it comes to washing up, it's recommended that tea towels should be washed and dried between uses.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Sep 15
⚠️ Weather Warning issued for the and Granite Belt forecast district tomorrow. Check for details and updates; stay tuned to for fire bans and further info.
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Queensland Police Sep 15
Severe fire danger ratings forecast to affect the Darling Downs and Granite Belt tomorrow, and may affect isolated parts of the northern Maranoa and Warrego, southern Central Highlands and Coalfields and western Southeast Coast districts.
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Queensland Health Sep 15
🐶 In the spirit of we want to extend a big thanks to all of the hardworking super pups across the state! 🐾 This is Nanook, a beautiful Alaskan Malemute who dedicates his time to visiting patients at the Queensland Children's Hospital.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Sep 15
A warm start to the week with maximum temperatures 5-8°C above average in southern today and tomorrow. Very High to Severe fire dangers in the southeast tomorrow as the winds pick up. Fire danger ratings:
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Queensland Health Sep 15
If you're feeling a little run down, try and get to bed twenty minutes earlier than normal, avoid screens for an hour before bed and think about ways you can improve your sleep environment. 😴
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Queensland Health Sep 13
It is very important that people with pre-existing health conditions take their medication, follow their treatment plan, and seek immediate medical advice if symptoms persist. For more health advice, visit: In an emergency always call 000
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Queensland Health Sep 14
When families get active together it provides a wonderful opportunity for bonding, conversation, and play. Healthy movement comes in many shapes and forms, with many fun options for your family to try. On the blog we have five fun ideas to get you started:
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Sep 13
Extensive areas over NSW will be pushed into & as a SE'ly change moves through this evening. Smoke haze is likely to persist into tomorrow, but should dissipate during the afternoon. See for fire details, and for health info.
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Queensland Health Sep 13
It is very important that people with pre-existing health conditions take their medication, follow their treatment plan, and seek immediate medical advice if symptoms persist. For more health advice, visit: In an emergency always call 000
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Sep 12
Warm and dry conditions with a southerly wind change increasing fire dangers today (). It won't be as windy as last weekend, but there will probably be some smoke through today. See for info and for health info.
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Queensland Health Sep 12
can progress rapidly in young children and infants. If caught early, sepsis can be treatable. If you notice your child’s condition deteriorating rapidly, go straight to the Emergency Department, and ask 'Could this be sepsis?'.
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Queensland Health Sep 12
In Queensland, kills more people than prostate, bowel and breast cancer combined and can develop from any infection. If you think it could be sepsis, trust your gut, present to an Emergency Department and ask 'could it be sepsis?'.
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Queensland Health Sep 11
In 1940 this is how a nurse would transport new-born babies at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital! What an incredible 📸! Do you have memories of your baby being transported this way?
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R U OK? Sep 11
Want to start an conversation? Use these four steps to ask the question on and any day it's needed. More tips, resources and information to help you start a conversation that could change a life at
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Queensland Health Sep 11
We created this e-letter, to send to your friends and check in with them. Starting conversations and checking in with those around you can have profound impacts on their lives, and yours too. Who are you going to send this letter ✉️ to?
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