Sarah Hunstead talks about five things you can do to help prevent your child from choking. read more
Picture it; a group of girls, hair perfectly kept, an air of smugness and sly smirks adorning their faces. Moving only in a pack, they pass other girls and quietly snigger to each other, while those other girls stare at the ground, hoping it will open up and swallow them whole in that very instant. read more
Welcome to The Blue Room. Whether you’re raising a family, trying to improve your health and wellbeing, caring for an ageing loved one, or living with a health condition, you’ve come to the right place. We have information you can trust, and real stories to help inspire you to live a longer, healthier, happier life.
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When your child is first diagnosed with a disability, it can be a confusing time. These families share how they've come to embrace the diagnosis and… read more
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From pregnancy to birth, babies and beyond, Families provides helpful information and resources to help you raise healthier, happier children.View all Families
Shopping with kids can be tricky. Here are six of my favorite tips, to help you survive a trip to the supermarket with your kids.
Sarah Hunstead talks about five things you can do to help prevent your child from choking.
If you’re committed to improving your health, Healthier has the information, inspiration and advice to help you reach your goals.View all Healthier
We look at whether margarine is healthier than butter and which of the two you should be spreading on your sandwich.
Our dietitians explain how snacking can actually help you maintain a healthy weight and they also share their favorite snack recipes.
Some signs of hearing loss are obvious, but others are more subtle or misunderstood. Bupa audiologist Simon Davis explains the difference.
Manage & Recover provides information and support to help you or a loved one with a heart condition, cancer or diabetes.View all Manage & Recover
We speak to Natalie who is living with terminal cancer about why it is important to her to die at home with dignity surrounded by her loved ones.