Discussing stillbirth can be troubling or difficult for families with expecting mothers or for families who have experienced this in the past. Nonetheless, discussing the medical information surrounding this reality is necessary so that families can identify worrying signs and receive the correct treatment or management.
Medical evidence tells us that during puberty, a teenager’s mental health is affected by various hormonal, physical, sexual, social, cognitive, and neurological changes. If you’re a parent and are wondering how puberty affects your child’s mental health and the top 7 things to consider, book an appointment with us at Peregian Medical Centre.
Australians aged 50 and above are encouraged to complete a screening called faecal occult blood test (FOBT) every two years. Learn more about at home bowel cancer screening tests.
Mental illness affects your ability to function, cause problems in your day to day activities, and affect your relationships. It is important, therefore, to identify the symptoms of mental health concerns before they progress into mental illness.