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Teenagers: Emotional Health and Wellbeing with Dr Elisa Song

Jul 18, 19
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Holistic Paediatrician, Dr Elisa Song joins us to talk about maximising teenage physical and emotional wellbeing. 

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Jul 01, 19
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Anxiety, hyperactivity, sleep problems – these are very common concerns parents have about their children and that affect the entire family’s wellbeing. A parent can only be as relaxed as the least unruffled child in the family. 

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Jun 21, 19
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Determining the correct dose of nutrients and supplements for children can be overwhelming. To add to the confusion, many supplements will only show an adult dose on the label. So how can we convert that to a dose suitable for children?

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Jun 03, 19
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Research has found significant positive associations between diets high in nutritional quality and superior academic performance in children and adolescents. 

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Apr 29, 19
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In this seminar, Dr Elisa Song (USA) draws on her areas of expertise to provide effective integrative treatment strategies for children with complex medical issues, including autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autoimmune illness, failure to thrive, food allergies/sensitivities, neurological disorders and environmental illness.

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Apr 01, 19
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How snacking can be used to reduce food battles, increase intuition and support the development of our children.

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Neurodevelopmental Support for Children with Dr Elizabeth Mumper

Mar 22, 19
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Integrative paediatric clinician, Dr Elizabeth Mumper about the core pillars she employs in her own practice when working with children with neurodevelopmental disorders.

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Oct 22, 18
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Childhood obesity is a serious health issue and an early risk factor for obesity in adulthood, leading to morbidity and mortality. The odds ratio of obese toddlers is 1.3 for becoming obese adults, but increases to 17.5 in adolescents. Those who remain obese in adulthood are prone to a cluster of diseases and disorders called metabolic syndrome (MetSy).[1] Worldwide, this syndrome is present in 20-25% of the population, while in Australia it is estimated to affect 1 in 3 adults.

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