Burmese
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Topic "Lungs" in Burmese - total 8 documents

Title: Bronchiolitis
Summary: Bronchiolitis is a common chest infection in young children, caused by a viral infection of the lungs. The infection causes inflammation and mucus to build up in the airways, making it more difficult to breathe. Bronchiolitis is most common in babies under six months, but sometimes occurs in babies up to 12 months old.

Title: Smokefree between the flags at patrolled beaches
Summary: Smoking is prohibited on all patrolled beaches in Western Australia

Title: Smokefree in vehicles with children
Summary: Smoking is prohibited in or on vehicles in Western Australia if a child under 17 is present.

Title: Smokefree outdoor eating areas
Summary: A summary of the new smoke-free outdoor eating laws. Smoking restrictions prohibit smoking in an outdoor eating area unless you are in a smoking area.

Title: Smokefree within 10 metres of playground equipment
Summary: Smoking is prohibited near playground equipment in Western Australia

Title: Thunderstorm Asthma overview (video)
Summary: Find out more about thunderstorm asthma and how it affects people with asthma and hay fever.

Title: Treating pandemic influenza
Summary: The flu is a highly contagious viral infection that can cause severe illness and life-threatening complications, including pneumonia. The flu is spread by contact with fluids from coughs and sneezes. This fact sheet provides information about what symptoms to expect with the flu, and how to treat influenza with antiviral medication during a pandemic.

Title: Who benefits if I quit smoking? (poster)
Summary: Identifying the dangers of smoking and the benefits of quitting smoking for individuals, their families and the community.

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