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      Asthma WA involved in NAIDOC Week 2017

      By admin / July 11, 2017

      NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920′s which sought to increase awareness in the wider community of the status and treatment of Indigenous Australians. NAIDOC Week is held in the first full week of July, the 2017 theme […]

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        High praise for help during Telehealth Awareness Week

        By admin / July 11, 2017

        Vivien Kerr can’t sing highly enough the praises of the telehealth support service for people with asthma and COPD. Left to right: WACHS South West Senior Physiotherapist Jodi Larke, Asthma WA Coordinator Education/Aged Care Services Eleissa Fuller (on screen) and ACTHS client, Vivien Kerr. The 70-year-old Bunbury resident spent a week in hospital after having […]

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          Prescribed Burn Program

          By admin / July 11, 2017

          The Northern Territory Fire and Rescue Service will be conducting Prescribed Burns in the Darwin/Rural area. When driving pay attention and if the roads are smoke affected, turn on your lights and drive carefully. People suffering from asthma or breathing ailments should consider leaving for the day or staying indoors. Asthma sufferers should take all […]

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            Asthma Australia activates emergency plan to provide free asthma medication for cyclone affected communities

            By admin / July 11, 2017

            BRISBANE: Asthma Australia is working in partnership with the Pharmacy Guild of Australia to provide information and extra supplies of medication, donated by GSK, to pharmacies in cyclone affected areas. People with asthma in Queensland struck by cyclone Debbie are warned that extreme weather conditions can trigger asthma symptoms. In the Proserpine, Bowen and Airlie […]

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