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Health promotion

Find government information about health promotions and initiatives to help with a healthy lifestyle.

A Healthy and Active Australia

Provides a range of information and initiatives on healthy eating, regular physical activity and overweight and obesity to assist all Australians to lead healthy and active lives.

Department of Health

Cancer Screening

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Provides supporting information for campaigns to protect your health through early detection, even if you don’t have any symptoms of the disease. Simple screening tests look for particular changes and early signs of cancer.

 

Department of Health

Drinking Nightmare

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The National Binge Drinking Campaign. Along with a range of initiatives, it aims to reduce harms associated with drinking to intoxication by young Australians.

Department of Health

Fight Flu Campaign resources

National Health and Medical Research Council page with links to download resources, including multi-language flyers, related to the Fight Flu Campaign.

National Health and Medical Research Council

Health Star Rating

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Provides supporting information for a campaign about the Health Star Ratings on packaged food. Learn how they can help you make healthier choices.

Department of Health

Health Weight Guide

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Provides supporting information for a campaign to help you to achieve and maintain a healthy weight using information and tools provided.

Department of Health

Healthy Workers

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Designed for both employers and employees and includes a range of information and resources to assist with making workplaces healthier.

Department of Health

My QuitBuddy

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Helpful smoking quit tips, tracking systems to chart your progress, daily motivational messages and reminders for those planning to start the quitting journey.

Australian National Preventive Health Agency

Organ and Tissue Authority

Encourages people to register their decision about becoming an organ and/or tissue donor and to discuss their decision with family and friends. Discover the facts about organ and tissue donation.

Organ and Tissue Authority

Pelvic Floor First

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Encourages pelvic floor safe exercises so that people don't experience unwanted side effects such as bladder and bowel problems.

Continence Foundation of Australia

Pelvic Floor First

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Customised workouts allow people of all fitness levels and pelvic floor function to undertake pelvic floor safe exercises to reduce the risk of bladder and bowel problems.

Continence Foundation of Australia

Pregnancy Pelvic Floor Plan

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Teaches you how to exercise your pelvic floor muscles to maintain or improve bladder control and also provides practical information and tips on bladder and bowel health.

Continence Foundation of Australia

Quit for You – Quit for Two

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Provides support and encouragement to help you give up smoking if you are pregnant or planning to be.

Australian National Preventive Health Agency

Quitnow – National Tobacco Campaign

Provides supporting information for the quitnow national tobacco campaign, providing smokers with motivation and support to help them stop smoking. 

Department of Health

STI – Sexually Transmissible Infections

Provides supporting information for a campaign to prevent catching, or spreading, an STI. Many people who have an STI don’t have any obvious symptoms or signs. Provides information on chlamydia, gonorrhoea, herpes, HIV/AIDS, HPV, syphilis and other STIs.

Department of Health

SunSmart

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Lets you find a 7 day weather forecast and the UV level and sun protection times for your local area in Australia. Personalise the sun protection alert to remind you of the daily sun protection times or use the vitamin D Tracker to find out if you are getting enough UV exposure. Sun protection times are based on the UV information issued daily by the Bureau of Meteorology.

SunSmart Victoria

World Aids Day

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Each year December 1 is a time to remember those who have died, and help break down barriers by changing behaviours, opinions and attitudes.

Department of Health

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