Do… #1 Brush Your Teeth Twice Daily Brushing your teeth twice a day is important if you want to prevent plaque and gum diseases. Choose a softer toothbrush that’s kind on your gums and try to brush after meals. Quality is just as important as quantity, so check out this video on using the correct […]
The 6 Signs Gum disease is generally caused by a large build-up of bacterial plaque that results in a colourless, sticky film. Gross! You may not even be aware you have gum disease, as it is rarely painful. The 6 common signs include: Bleeding gums while brushing your teeth Bad breath or taste in your […]
These tips are for consideration only. Before teaching your kids to swim, please consult a trained swimming instructor. Find one on LocalSearch. Tips For Teaching Infants To Swim Getting your baby used to water early on will help make sure they are comfortable in the water. Here are some top tips to remember when putting […]
Whether it’s your home or business, you need to protect it from the unrelenting Australian sun, and the damage it can cause to our homes and bushlands. While being ready for storm season is a lot of people’s focus right now, preparing for fire season is also important in Port Stephens. To ensure protection from […]
Important Disclaimer: If you’ve been bitten by any of the animals or insects on this list, it’s important that you seek medical assistance as soon as possible. Underwater Bluebottles Courtesy: BondiRescue Easily identifiable with their bright blue colour, these little jellyfish often find themselves on the shore of the Gold Coast after strong onshore winds. Their […]
The Secret Life of Magpies Magpies are protective of their young. Can’t blame them for that. The magpies’ 6–8 week nesting period falls some time between July and November. If you’ve never experienced the Hitchcock levels of terror that come with a magpie fly-by, you’re probably in the silent minority. The danger for those who walk, […]
Nobody likes to see their baby in pain and teething is often a difficult time for both the baby and their parents. Read on to find out how to help prepare your child’s gums and teeth for good dental health, now and later in life.