This section of the Yarning Place provides you with access to downloadable Aboriginal heart health resources. The resource list is maintained by Bettering Aboriginal Heart Health WA (BAHHWA), a research collaboration based in WA and partially funded by th
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New data from the Australian Heart Foundation shows the weight of the average Australian adult has increased by more than five and half kilograms (kgs) over the past 25 years.
The foundation says the average weight of an Australia man is now 85
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The Lung foundation is running national self management education seminars for people living with chronic lung disease in regional area. The regional patient seminars for 2014 will be held in the following places:
Toowoomba, Qld 30 April, Bendigo,Vic 20 May, Mount Gambier, SA 22 May, Lismore, NSW 5 June, Bundaberg, QLD, 2 October, Campbell Town, Tas 25 October, Mandurah, WA 11 November, Port Macquarie, NSW 12 November.
For more information or to register click on link.
Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service will be delivering a Heart Health School holiday program for Aboriginal and Torres Islander children in April 2014.
Thursday 17th April: Sci-Tech Discovery Session
Time: 8:30am to 1pm
Lunch will be provided
This event provides an opportunity to shine a spotlight on the problem of heart disease and to help improve the heart health of all Australians.
Each year, almost 10,000 Australians die of a heart attack and more than 1 million aged 30 - 65 years are a...
Heart Week provides an opportunity to shine a spotlight on the problem of heart disease and to help improve the heart health of all Australians. Each year, almost 10,000 Australians die of a heart attack. And more than 1million Australians aged 30-65 are ...
Heart Week provides an opportunity to shine a spotlight on the problem of heart disease and to help improve the heart health of all Australians.
Each year, almost 10,000 Australians die of a heart attack. And more than 1 million Australians aged 30-65 ye...
The World Heart Federation, World congress of cardiology scientific sessions will be held in Melbourne from Sunday 4 May to Wednesday 7 May 2014.
This congress is a global platform for cardiovascular disease specialists and public health professionals ...