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The Medicinal Qualities of Saffron: more than just a culinary spice
Apr 29, 19
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The evidence continues to grow for this colourful culinary spice, showing benefits in a range of health applications including eye health, Alzheimer's, mental health and weight management. 

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Tackling Teenage Mental Health with Dr Adrian Lopresti

Mar 13, 19
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Dr Adrian Lopresti has both reviewed current evidence and plans to conduct further research into CM's in teenage mental health. Today we pick his brains about working integratively with youth in mental health.

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Supplements Benefit Mental Health with Jullia Rucklidge

Jan 24, 18
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When it comes to mental health, can supplements play a therapeutic role, or are they just "expensive urine?" Well thanks to researcher Professor Julia Rucklidge from Massey University, we have some answers.

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Apr 28, 17
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On analysing the scientific basis for the efficacy of S-Adenosylmethionine (SAMe), a recent comprehensive review shows the beneficial effect of supplemental SAMe as a potential alternative to or adjunctive therapy for use with antidepressants.

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Jan 23, 17
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Improvements in brain white matter may be a good predictive measure of omega 3 benefit in depression. 

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Jun 30, 16
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"The success of antidepressant drug therapy is not high, with studies suggesting 19-60% of patients are unresponsive to the treatment". Optimal methylation seems to be one very important piece of the mood puzzle.

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Depression and Anxiety: Treating the Causes

Apr 15, 15
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Depression and anxiety disorders are exploding in prevalence. It is believed that at least 3 million Australians, at any given time, suffer from these conditions. And, while we do have standard medication for many psychiatric and psychological conditions, research shows that anywhere between 60-90% of people prescribed antidepressants fail to get a benefit that is superior to placebo. What these statistics suggest is that we are not addressing the underlying causes.

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