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What it’s been like working on the frontline of COVID-19

The global pandemic COVID-19 has changed the way our staff work in our hospitals and health services across Darling Downs Health. We asked four nurses who work in our hospitals across the Southern Downs to explain their experiences of working on the frontline of COVID-19.

Your frequently asked questions about our COVID-19 vaccination rollout answered

To help keep our community informed with the right information, we’ve compiled your most frequently asked questions into this blog.

Meet the unicorn of weatherproof workouts

What if we told you there is a way you can exercise comfortably no matter what the weather is doing? AND it’s also lots of fun? This unicorn exists, and it is in the form of aqua aerobic classes at the heated pool in our Baillie Henderson Aquatic Centre.

The non-frontline frontline – the health emergency operations centre

There aren’t any non-frontline positions in our health service during a pandemic – we are all non-frontline frontline keeping our communities safe.

Wellness hack: Three tips to sticking to your exercise routine #HealthierTogether

Wellness Hack: Three tips to sticking to your exercise routine #HealthierTogether. Are you struggling to stick to an exercise routine? We hear you; we’ve been there.

10 exercises you can do in your living room

As the weather cools down, are you struggling to leave the warmth and comfort of home to exercise? We’ve got you covered with 10 exercises you can do you in your living room!

Wellness hack: Two ways to relax when you’re stressed

Stress is completely normal and necessary for life. We need stress for creativity, learning, and our very survival. Stress is only harmful when it becomes overwhelming and unmanageable.

Signs you might have anxiety, and how to manage it

Anxiety is a word used to describe the feeling you get when you worry that something could go wrong.

Five inspiring nurses’ stories to celebrate Women’s History Month

For Women’s History Month, we are showcasing five Australian nurses' stories.

Five date ideas to get your heart racing this Valentine’s Day

Get your honey’s heart racing with a healthy Valentine’s Day date this year.

How breast aware are you?

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in Australia women. It accounts for 30 per cent of all cancers in women.

Everything you need to know about your prostate

We've got all the details about what your prostate is, where it is and what it does.

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Last updated: 4 January 2018