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More than 50 cases of measles have been reported in NSW since the start of the year, with many catching the disease after travelling to the Philippines and other parts of Southeast Asia. » more
The NSW Multicultural Health Community Services turn to social media to spread the word on measles in Australia before the local outbreak gets worse. » more
Down Syndrome is a genetic condition that is often misunderstood in the Filipino community - here is a beginner's guide to help you separate fact from fiction. » more
Hands up if your life has been touched by an angel - a nurse, that is. » more
Filipino-Aussies travelling to and from the Philippines are at risk of catching measles - find out what the symptoms are and how to avoid the virus. » more
Measles is suspected when a person feels unwell, has a cough, runny nose or sore eyes and a fever followed by a rash. » more
Ano nga ba ang sintomas ng tigdas? Alamin para sa inyong kapakanan. » more
Non-profit community media group Adhika, Inc. collaborates with nursing associations to recognise the long-standing contribution of Filipino-Australian nurses in society. » more
Everybody has a calling, and your real job in life, is to figure that out as soon as possible, says Oprah in our featured video series this week. » more
As Australia celebrates Multicultural Health Week, the Australian Filipina ponders where Filipinos are in the weighing scales. » more
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