Is Australia going to get a second wave of Covid? At this stage we don't know where the situation is going to lead. Read about the 3 most effective steps we can take to protect ourselves form a possible Coronavirus second wave.
Winter school holidays are on their way in Australia. But Covid-19 has not gone. Make sure you remain vigilant to help reduce the risk of infection during your time off with the family.
The presence of coronavirus is not only a physical threat, but it is also triggering mental health issues like anxiety, in many people. Everyone is currently self-isolating and that, too, can trigger a negative state of mind. Here’s how to stay sane and motivated throughout these challenging times.
Gyms have closed, recreational centres are empty; Shutdown and self-isolation have forced us to change our normal exercise routines. Never has there been a better opportunity to exercise at home. If you’re looking for gym equipment for your home here are some suggestions.
During these unprecedented times, people are looking to boost their immune system and protect themselves against viral infections. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient that can help with that.
We are passing through a stressful time, and it’s important to know the hygiene precautions we need to take. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, Australians are now staying indoors, minimising social contact, and prioritising on hygiene. People want to know what they can do right now to protect themselves and their families from the deadly virus.
According to WHO, whilst P2 Masks may be considered, the better protection against coronavirus comes from disinfectants, like the alcohol-based Hand Sanitisers.
Australia's bushfire smoke has covered the country and air pollution levels have reached catastrophic levels, with Canberra indexing 22 times “hazardous”. Which facemask will protect you from the impact of the dangerous bushfire smoke?
COPD is a treatable disease characterised by an airflow limitation. An inspiratory exerciser - or spirometer - is a resistant training device that has a dual function: it will monitor the lung function and ensure the respiratory system is working properly, while at the same time build the muscles in the lungs. This respiratory diagnostic tool has been proven to have significant benefits for the COPD patient.