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Healthy living - here's how
How to make healthy choices a part of every day life.
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Regular health checks and screening tests that can help you to stay healthy .
Protecting your health
Simple things you can do to protect your health and the health of others.
Easy steps you can take to help reach and maintain a healthy weight for better health and wellbeing.
Get more out of life, feel better and live longer by eating healthy food - here's how!
Hints and tips for being active to help you feel better and increase your chances for a longer life.
Having a positive outlook can lead to a greater sense of wellbeing. See our tips for a healthy mind.
Resources, ideas, tools and programs to help us make the places where we work and live healthier.
Top tips for healthy living
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Be Active - Walk yourself happy!
Walking is a great way to get in your daily 30 minutes of physical activity and it’s not just your body that benefits, the way you think and feel changes for the better too!
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Is it really an emergency?
Emergency Departments are here to deal with emergencies, but for minor illness or injury, there are a range of other care options to consider.
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Notifiable disease reporting
When and how to notify SA Health of cases (including deaths) suspected of having or diagnosed with notifiable conditions.
We have seven metropolitan clinics, with mobile units that visit 27 rural locations. Find your nearest clinic
Breast screening is very important for women over the age of 50. Find out why.
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