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BioRevive Supports Safe Listening & Hear Loss Prevention with Vicdeaf

“One in four Australians using Portable Music Devices likely to develop permanent Hearing Loss – BioRevive’s Philanthropy Partner for 2015- Vicdeaf”* The team at BioRevive and CleanEars were very concerned to learn the impact portable music devices can have on a person’s hearing. “We decided to find out more and want to share with you […]

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BioRevive Partners with Children’s Ground To Help Australia’s Disadvantaged

BioRevive are very proud to announce we have become an official partner of Children’s Ground, who have introduced a groundbreaking and inspiring new approach for Aboriginal communities living in disadvantage. Children’s Ground provide tailored support programs to Aboriginal families so they can raise resilient, happy children. Children’s Ground believe they can break the cycle of […]

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Quick Winter Tips For Children’s Coughs and Colds.

Looking after a sick kid can be tiring for all the family and sleep within the household can be challenged. Upper respiratory tract infections in kids are often associated with poor immune function, which may be a result of a growth or development phase. All too often your child’s sleep patterns may be disturbed due to changes such as teething, or a […]

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Our Winter Wellness Message

On the series MasterChef, the immunity pin gives that person “protection” from being eliminated from the competition. In much the same way in health and wellness, “immunity” means protection from viral and bacterial attacks which our body confronts every day, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, whether we are awake or asleep, whether […]

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When Dry Cough Disrupts Your Daily Life

Any cough is annoying. A cough, which is dry or non-productive, can interrupt your night out, interfere with your sleep patterns, affect your voice when you speak and annoy those around you. The end result is invariably hoarseness, a tickly throat. Each of us has nerve receptors in our throat and upper airways. A dry […]

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