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Cadiometabolic Syndrome: Part 1 with Dr Bradley McEwen

Oct 11, 18
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Cardiometabolic syndrome(s) account for more deaths in Australia than any other single disease. In today's podcast we're joined by Dr Bradley McEwen to tap into his expertise on this topic. 

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Oct 01, 18
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Gout is a type of inflammatory arthritis characterised by pain, redness, swelling and extreme soreness of the joint following even a light touch.[1] Herbal treatments which show promise for the prevention of this chronic condition including Terminalia bellirica (bibhitaki), Prunus cerasus (sour cherry) and Apium graveolens (celery seed).

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The Vagus Nerve: A New Player in Inflammation and Immunity? with Emrys Goldsworthy

Sep 26, 18
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Emrys takes us through the recent developments in TC-VNS that are showing clinical promise in treating numerous inflammatory-mediated...

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Eosinophilic Oesophagitis with Nicole Hannan

Sep 12, 18
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Navigating the world of EoE with her own daughter, naturopath, sports scientist and former Olympian, Nicole Hannan has become...

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Aug 10, 18
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NAC shows promise in the management of cardiometabolic parameters in women with PCOS, via reducing insulin resistance, blood glucose levels and improving lipid profile.

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Movement is Medicine for PCOS with Professor Nigel Stepto

Jul 11, 18
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As a clinician and researcher, Professor Nigel Stepto is an expert in the area of exercise and polycystic ovarian syndrome. Today he shares his expertise on movement as medicine for PCOS.

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Benefits of Acupuncture in PCOS with Dr Carolyn Ee

Jul 04, 18
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Being pigeonholed typically as an intervention we think of for chronic pain, acupuncture can often be overlooked as a therapeutic option in complex metabolic disease

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May 11, 18
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Fewer herbs are held in higher esteem in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) than astragalus, where it is considered a 'master immune herb'. So how does it exert this effect?

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