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  1. Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)

    Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) is a bacterium that causes a life-threatening infection that can lead to serious illness, especially in children.

  2. Hallucinogens

    Hallucinogens target specific centres of the brain to alter its understanding of sensory input.

  3. Happy families

    It might be valuable to occasionally evaluate the dynamics of your family to ensure that everyone is as happy as they could be.

  4. Harmful algal blooms

    Some types of blue-green algae produce toxins that can harm humans and animals when swallowed, inhaled or touched. People and pets should not enter the water at locations affected by blue-green algae, and should not use the water for cooking, drinking, washing, washing clothes, showering, or watering fruit, vegetables and herbs in the garden.

  5. Hazardous waste

    It can be dangerous to dispose of hazardous wastes through regular rubbish collections.

  6. Health checks for men

    Men should see their doctor for regular medical check-ups.

  7. Health checks for women

    A woman at high risk of a particular disease should be checked more frequently and/or at an earlier age.

  8. Health information and health products online

    Don't use online health information to self-diagnose - always see your doctor or healthcare professional.

  9. Healthy active Koori kids - tucker talk tips

    Good nutrition and physical exercise help to keep Koori kids healthy and avoid diseases when they get older.

  10. Healthy ageing - stay mentally active

    Researchers believe that many of the supposed age-related changes affecting the mind, such as memory loss, are actually lifestyle related.