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Staying healthy in smoky conditions

20 June 2024|News, Metro North|

Signs of smoke irritation include itchy eyes, sore throat, runny nose and coughing. Generally, once away from smoke these symptoms will clear up but people with asthma, heart disease and other conditions may be more sensitive to smoky conditions.

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"The doctors initially thought my prognosis might not be great. I had my four sisters, mum and daughter here with me when the doctor came in to give us the good news that it was a gallstone and not cancer! My sister filmed it, they were all crying and cheering. A gallstone is better than the alternative. We were so relieved. I was planning on taking my super out and going to Hawaii, which I still might do. I've been putting things off, so I might just go and do it. Life is too short."

#MondayMantra ☁️ Teena, 55 years old, TPCH general medicine ward patient and soon-to-be Hawaiian holiday-maker. 🏝️

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The doctors initially thought my prognosis might not be great. I had my four sisters, mum and daughter here with me when the doctor came in to give us the good news that it was a gallstone and not cancer! My sister filmed it, they were all crying and cheering. A gallstone is better than the alternative. We were so relieved. I was planning on taking my super out and going to Hawaii, which I still might do. Ive been putting things off, so I might just go and do it. Life is too short.  

#MondayMantra ☁️ Teena, 55 years old, TPCH general medicine ward patient and soon-to-be Hawaiian holiday-maker. 🏝️

[Accessibility image description: Tina wears a black t-shirt propped up in a hospital bed.]
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#MondayMantra ☁️ Tina, 55 years old, TPCH general medicine ward patient and soon-to-be Hawaiian holiday-maker. 🏝️

[Accessibility image description: Teena wears a black t-shirt propped up in a hospital bed.]

#MondayMantra ☁️ Tina, 55 years old, TPCH general medicine ward patient and soon-to-be Hawaiian holiday-maker. 🏝️

[Accessibility image description: Teena wears a black t-shirt propped up in a hospital bed.]
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