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Food poisoning, also called foodborne illness, is an illness caused by eating contaminated, spoiled, or toxic food. There are five pathogens that are responsible for most foodborne illnesses, although Salmonella and norovirus are the more common reasons for trips to the emergency room.Continue Reading
The World Health Organisation estimates that there are at least 62 million stroke survivors around the world. With these statistics, it’s likely that you, or someone you know, have has been personally affected by stroke.Continue Reading
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a crippling disease that affects a significant number of people worldwide. World Health Organization (WHO) statistics show that over 2 million people around the world are affected by MS, including more than 25,000 Australians. It affects around three times as many women as men.Continue Reading
Depression is a serious affliction, characterised by overwhelming feelings of sadness and little motivation. Those who suffer from depression report having difficulty completing day-to-day tasks such as showering, cleaning, going to the supermarket and preparing food.Continue Reading