This International Women’s Day, I had the pleasure of being invited to talk at the Multicultural Families Organisation event held at TAFE Queensland, helping to inspire and empower women with the ability to challenge negativity.
The day was a great success filled with beautiful performances by delegates from all over the world.
Be sure to watch the full video on youtube.com/drnora.
Why not kick start the new year with a health check. Checking your blood pressure is a great start. Having a high blood pressure often comes with little to no symptoms, but the risks of having a serious medical condition such as a heart attack or stroke are increased.
The good news is, if you do have high blood pressure this can be managed through lifestyle changes and medication bringing your risk down.
To find out more information or to book for an appointment, head over to drnora.com.
As a general practitioner, a lot of thought and processing goes on behind formulating a management plan and diagnosis. Sometimes, this can take a few visits until an end goal is reached. This groundwork, I believe, is a vital part of the job to provide you with the most comprehensive medical care and if needed, to give you that script.
To book an appointment or to find out more head over to drnora.com
With severe weather warnings in place for heavy rain, damaging winds and flash flooding make sure that you are safe this week.
Roads are slippery when wet, so if you need to drive, do so cautiously and slowly with your lights on. Similarly, take care if you are walking as the risk of slips and falls are more likely in wet weather.
Sometimes, giving a girl flowers is not the best thing especially if they have hay fever 🌺
Did you know that nearly 1 in 5 Australians suffer from hay fever at some point in their lives. It is more common if there is a family history of allergies, especially asthma or eczema. Symptoms include sneezing, runny nose or itchy eyes.
Treatment usually takes the form of anti-histamine tablets that can be brought from the chemist. However always seek advice from your doctor if you are concerned.