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  • 15 Minutes of Stretching Helps Improve Flexibility
  • Cellular Barcoding Reveals How Breast Cancer Spreads
  • From Gut to Brain – the Inflammation-Depression Connection
  • Government Recognises Potential of Personalised Medicine Through $65 Million Grant Program
  • Diabetes: An Introduction to a Modern Epidemic
  • Study Finds Trend Towards Unusual and Abnormal Prescribing Patterns in Aged-Care Homes
  • Non-Invasive Test is Breath of Fresh Air for diagnosing Gut Diseases
  • Benefits of Keeping a Food Diary
  • From Adequate Nutrition to Optimum Nutrition
  • Deep Brain Stimulation Provides Sustained Relief for Severe Depression
  • A Simple Strategy to Improve Your Mood in 12 Minutes


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  • The Power Threat Meaning Framework
    Mental health seems to be at the top of everyone’s agenda at the moment – which is a good thing as it is a long-neglected area. But paradoxically, the more we call for new treatments, and the more psychiatric drugs people take, the higher the apparent rates of what is called ‘mental illness’ become. Lucy Johnstone, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, explains.
  • Mental Health Options in the Twenty-First Century
    Mental health is a hot topic, and the latest statistics are sobering. In Australia alone, 26.3% people aged 16 to 85 have experienced an anxiety disorder, 1 in 16 are experiencing depression, and 6.2% have experienced an affective disorder in the past 12 months. In this article Yildiz Sethi digs deeper into approaches over above what is being offered by GPs that many of us might be unaware of.
  • Trust and Surrender
    Rachel Zinman
     was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes when she was 42, a condition where the pancreas produces little to no insulin. Rachel was devastated when she received her diagnosis and it has taken her many years to come to terms with her diagnosis and to learn how to live with her disease. In this interview, we asked Rachel to share how yoga has helped her in her life, and how she now helps others with her knowledge and experience.
  • Quelle Courage
    Battling a childhood illness which is still not over, Kerryn Fields is an exemplary singer/songwriter and role model for courage and joy. When we heard her song about her childhood specialist, we knew we had to share her story.
  • Drama Queen
    A writer, dramatic actor, director, comedian, funeral celebrant, shamanic healer – oh, and architect, she designed and built her own house, Suzanne Ingleton is an agent of change who lives through theatre and creative writing, believing them to be the greatest of healing tools.


The Breakthrough: Immunotherapy and the Race to Cure Cancer
by Charles Graeber


Easy Keto by Pete Evans

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