Jacqui Felgate: ‘I spend most of spring with a blocked nose’

14 October, 2023 . by Claire Burke

Spring has sprung, but it also brings hay fever and allergies, writes Jacqui Felgate. The House of Wellness TV co-host shares her tips for looking her best this season.

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How to handle hay fever

8 September, 2023 . by Michelle Rose

Sneezing, runny nose, itchy throat, watery eyes – welcome to spring, and the arrival of peak hay fever season.

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Surviving a stuffy nose this winter

30 May, 2023 . by Raymond Suba

Having a child with a stuffy or runny nose isn’t fun, for anyone, but there are some easy things you can do to help during the cooler months. When your…

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Three ingredients to support your immune health this winter

11 May, 2023 . by Raymond Suba

It might be cold outside, but you don’t have to hide away. Make this immune health trio your secret weapon to relieve symptoms of common cold and flu.

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What are cluster headaches and how can they be managed?

28 October, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

Cluster headaches are extremely painful and can take up to eight years to diagnose, according to new research. So what are they, exactly?

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How Covid-19 can take a toll on your gut health

11 June, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

Science is finding links between gut health and Covid-19. But simple lifestyle changes could help increase the healthy bacteria you need for better wellbeing.

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Why the common childhood virus RSV is back this winter

9 June, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

After laying low during Covid-19 lockdowns, the common respiratory syncytial virus is re-emerging this winter and it’s hitting young kids hard.

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8 reasons to stamp out mould as fast as you can

24 April, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

With record rainfall across Australia, mould is especially prevalent this year. Here’s why you need to get on top of it now.

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Is that runny nose hay fever or Covid-19?

3 November, 2021 . by Erica

Got an itchy throat, runny nose and headache? Don’t assume it’s an allergy as it’s never been more vital to know exactly what you’re dealing with. 

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