Wednesday, July 21, 2021, marks the first day of South Australia’s seven-day lockdown with 12 new cases being discovered after yesterday’s extensive queues for swab testing. Continue reading SA lockdown kicks off, 12 new cases recorded
Whether people have been given a time frame for their end of life, or are merely preparing for the worst, the thought of how to plan for death can be daunting and leave us feeling lost. However, there are some special people who will be there with you and support you through the difficult times you are facing – palliative care professionals. Continue reading Mortality: are we ever ready?
With people under the age of 40 now being told they’re able to get the AstraZeneca vaccine, it’s hard to decipher what’s right and wrong with immunisation advice. Here’s what you need to know about where medical practitioners stand despite mixed political messaging that’s come out this week. Continue reading So… do I get the vaccine?
There has been a worrying rise in vaccine hesitancy since the introduction of various COVID-19 vaccines. Continue reading The worrying trend of vaccine hesitancy
Healthcare accessibility remains a large issue faced by transgender and gender diverse people. Continue reading Too many barriers faced by transgender people accessing healthcare
A quick dip, a hot beverage, and a connection to community: simple ingredients at the heart of a genius idea Continue reading The community initiative making a splash
Adelaide is the world’s meth capital, according to a recent study. Continue reading Adelaide: The world’s meth capital
How our society cares for and responds to people with disability in our community is in focus. Continue reading There’s no place like home: Acceptance, respect and empathy in disability care
What’s it like to quarantine in a Medi Hotel? And how does our system of quarantining travellers compare to what happens overseas? Continue reading Hotel quarantine around the globe: What can Australia do better?
With news that SA’s restrictions will ease from midnight tomorrow, it’s important we remain vigilant, and put down our pitchforks. Continue reading The lockdown liar: how they changed SA restrictions and enraged South Australians