Women’s Health Checks – Why is this important?

Regular health checks and screenings, in combination with a healthy diet and regular physical activity, can assist in the prevention of disease or illness. Health checks can include things such as blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, as well as your typical...

Men’s Health Month – Male Infertility

This blog post is focused on Men, as November is Men’s Health Month. Did you know that about 1 in 100 couples cannot fall pregnant due to male infertility and about 10 – 15% of males have low sperm or no sperm at all? Male fertility problems include poor quality...

So, you are thinking of having a baby?

So, you are thinking about getting pregnant and have a baby! That’s great news and can be an exciting and apprehensive time as well. Trying to conceive can be a time filled with hope, but it can also be stressful and overwhelming. Many women spend years using some...

Taking Care of You During COVID 19

There has been many articles and blog post surrounding mental health and support during COVID 19. Your mental health should not be the only thing you think about during this time. Your physical health should also be looked after. The COVID-19 pandemic means that many...

Pregnancy and Mental Health

Depression and anxiety are the most common mental health problems in pregnancy and affects approximately 15% of all expectant mothers. It is expected that your emotions are heightened during pregnancy. There are many external and internal factors which can cause an...

Influenza and Pregnancy

Influenza or the “flu” is an infectious viral illness spread by coughs and sneezes. It’s not the same as a cold. The flu is caused by a different group of viruses. Symptoms tend to be more severe and last longer. You can catch the flu all year-round, but it is...