What can skin cancer look like?

What can skin cancer look like? Learn about the signs and symptoms of skin cancer, including the ABCs of melanoma, and see if you could spot a melanoma!

Diabetes, my GP, and me

Diabetes, my GP, and me!

Did you know over 1.9 million Australians live with diabetes? More than 300 new cases are diagnosed every day! Let’s explore the diabetes types, signs and symptoms, and prevent the condition.

Skin cancer and summer: what’s the link?

With summer approaching, it is important to remember that exposure to the sun can seriously harm your skin, with as little as ten minutes of sun being enough to cause skin ageing and potentially deadly skin cancers.

Come with Tahlia Aubusson for a skin check walkthrough

"Come with me to an appointment that you should be making too." Tahlia Aubusson visited The Bright Side Medical & Skin Cancer Centre for a skin check with Dr James Haslam.

Should I get a Healthy Heart Check

Should I get a Healthy Heart Check?

A Healthy Heart Check is a preventive screening tool used to assess your individual risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. Let’s look at what’s involved in this heart check-up.

Aged 45-49? It’s time for a Mid-Life Health Check

Are you aged 45 to 49 and living in Australia? You may be due for your Mid-Life Health Check. This is a preventive Health Assessment conducted by your GP and recommended for all Australians in this age range.

Why winter is an ideal time for a skin check

Winter is the perfect time to rug up, find a cosy spot by the heater, and enjoy a tasty hot chocolate. But did you know that it's also a great time for a skin check?

Understanding 8 common women’s health issues

Let’s explore some common female-specific presentations, ranging from cardiovascular diseases to reproductive health issues, and shed light on how we can support you to manage them effectively.

Top 5 reasons to visit The Bright Side Medical and Skin Cancer Centre

Welcome to our medical centre in Byron Bay! We take pride in offering comprehensive healthcare services, with a special focus on mental health, female health, and GP services.

How are different types of skin cancer treated?

Dr James Haslam explains the treatments for melanoma, basal cell carcinoma & squamous cell carcinoma, including non-surgical therapies & surgical excision.