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A gateway to the strategies, policies, programs and services delivered by the Department of Health & Human Services.
Victorian government portal for older people, with information about government and community services and programs.
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Autism spectrum disorders, disruptive behaviour disorders and ADHD
Bleeding, blood pressure, conditions, risks and blood products.
Bone disorders, osteoporosis, muscles, joint conditions, back, prevention and management.
Types of cancer, risks, causes, tests and treatments.
Types, risks, management and complications.
Oesophagus, stomach, small and large intestine, liver, pancreas, gall bladder and related disorders.
Eye problems, conditions, vision loss, management and prevention.
Infectious diseases, childhood diseases, animal to human diseases and prevention.
Mouth conditions, ulcers, dental procedures, tooth development and problems, care and prevention.
Types, management, headache and migraine, back pain and bone and joint pain.
Puberty, menstruation, menopause, infertility, breasts, fallopian tubes, ovaries, uterus, vagina, vulva and thrush.
Puberty, infertility, penis, prostate and testicles.
Guidelines, risks, brain damage and alcohol and depression.
Newborns, feeding, development, behaviour, wellbeing, safety, health and sleep.
Development, behaviour, nutrition, activity, wellbeing, identity, health, safety and trauma.
Drug use, overdose, types of drugs, gambling, health effects of addiction and getting help.
Nutrition basics, life stages, food safety, diet and health conditions, nutritional advice and vitamins and supplements.
Mood, healthy thinking, body image, relaxation, relationships and getting help.
Stages, fertility, keeping healthy, health concerns and preparing for birth.
Becoming physically active, safety, types of physical activity and exercise and health conditions.
Effects on your body, smoking-related conditions and quitting.
Obesity and overweight, managing weight and healthy weight loss or gain.
Health, development, puberty, identity, risk taking, school, sex and sexuality and health conditions.
Find healthy recipes by meal, ingredient or dietary requirements.
Find information about the broad range of services available to support you as you age.
Learn more about the wide range of services and support available to carers in Victoria.
Learn about the range of services and support that exists for people in emergency situations in Victoria.
A hospital stay can be planned or unexpected. Learn about the hospital journey from admission to discharge.
Palliative care can help maintain quality of life by providing relief to pain symptoms as well as emotional, mental and spiritual support.
Learn how to plan and coordinate your own healthcare, and to make the plan that best suits you.
Communicating with your healthcare team will help you get the best health outcome.
Making sure your regular commitments are taken care of during a hospital stay will give you peace of mind to concentrate on your recovery...
Find out how to use medication properly, so you can avoid problems such as unwanted effects and other adverse reactions...
Medicare is Australia’s national public health insurance, providing free or subsidised healthcare to all Australians and most permanent residents...
Ask your doctor and healthcare providers what you will be charged for each new service, what is covered by Medicare and what is included in your healthcare plan...
As you prepare to leave hospital, you or your carer will already be planning what you need to know about your care outside of hospital, including day-to-day living and support, your medication, your...
Regular health checks can help you identify any early signs of health issues...
There are many health insurance providers on the market that offer a wide variety of healthcare plans...
You can manage your health by learning about healthy living, taking steps to prevent disease and having regular health checks with your doctor...
Carers have the right to make a complaint on behalf of a person in their care to a healthcare professional, service or regulatory body...
Informed consent means that a person understands their condition and any proposed medical treatment and carers can help with the decision-making process...
Page last reviewed: 12 Nov 2015
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