Published on 22th Mar, 21

If you’re afraid of snakes or believe that if you don’t bother them, they won’t bother you, it’s important to know what to do if you get bitten by one if you live in Queensland. Snakes normally bite defensively rather than attacking humans, and in Queensland, being bitten at home is just as normal as being bitten in the bush or other wild areas.

Things To Know About Blood Donation

Published on 20th Mar, 21

Did you know that one unit of blood donated can save three lives? This is due to the fact that your blood is divided into its constituent parts (red blood cells, plasma, and platelet). Blood is also needed on a regular basis for people with blood disorders including thalassemia and hemophilia, as well as for the treatment of injuries sustained in accidents,

According to the WHO, there are approximately 1.25 billion smokers worldwide, of which around 2/3rd of the population is living in developing countries. Asthma affects around 300 million people worldwide and a big fraction of asthma patients are smokers.

Dengue Fever – Things to know!

Published on 25th Feb, 21

Dengue fever or breakbone fever is a mosquito-borne viral infection that can lead to serious illnesses. The disease is caused by a family of viruses and spread by Aedes mosquitoes. Countless cases of dengue fever occur worldwide every year. The infection is more common in the Western Pacific Islands, Africa, Latin America, Southeast Asia.