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Part 2: Holistic Pain Management: Choosing Pain Relief with Ananda Mahony

Nov 08, 17
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We welcome back Ananda Mahony to cover Part 2 of Holistic Pain Management. Today Ananda dives in to the evidence-based herbal and nutritional interventions for pain as well as the other modalities that can be employed successfully to help improve patient's wellbeing and quality of life. 

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Sep 29, 17
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Silybum - also known as milk thistle has more complex mechanisms of action extending beyond its traditional use as a liver herb.

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Lara Briden PCOS

Feb 15, 17
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Women's health expert Dr Lara Briden takes us through the complexities of the PCOS patient picture and the many opportunities complementary medicine offers to sufferers where traditional medical approaches may have missed the mark. 

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Feb 09, 17
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Success Sessions is a half day business event inspiring praccies to innovate and create. Practitioners can expect to create practical achievable plans, learn to use online experiences in visibility, develop a new relationship with money, and create more flow with cash, clients and consultations!

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Feb 07, 17
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The theme for this conference is Innovation, Integration & Inspiration and how these apply to herbal medicine and naturopathy in the management of chronic conditions that align with Australia's National Health Priority Areas: cancer, cardiovascular health, mental health, diabetes mellitus, asthma, arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions, obesity, and dementia.

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Jul 08, 16
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You may be blissfully unaware of the issue of herbal adulteration in the natural medicine industry. In this article, Andrew puts this issue under the microscope. 

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May 31, 16
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What are the most common immune challenges with young children? And what are the most common herbal and nutritional options to support immunity?

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Mar 01, 16
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People who suffer from anxiety are four times more likely to develop ulcers compared to those who don’t, according to results from a ten year prospective study.

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