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Naturopathic Approaches for Eczema and Atopic Dermatitis with Rebecca Hughes

Oct 23, 19
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Rebecca Hughes has a gift for clinical success in skin conditions. Today she shares with us how she approaches eczema and atopic dermatitis cases and what therapeutics she employs to achieve long-lasting relief for her patients. 

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Oct 03, 19
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In recent years, the understanding of how the vaginal microbiome impacts health has expanded. The bacterial inhabitants of the vagina not only influence the direct local environment protecting it from infection, ranging from candida, bacterial vaginosis (BV) and sexually transmitted infection acquisition, it also impacts fertility, birth outcomes and possibly the success of IVF.[1] Understanding of the vaginal microbiome environment offers insights into manipulation that have the propensity to change the clinical approach to female health.

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Sep 23, 19
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This special event brings together five extraordinary speakers for a day of learning, by offering training to natural medicine practitioners on the relevant, up-to-date naturopathic and medical information they need for the treatment of various Functional GI issues.

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The Dark Side of the Oral Contraceptive Pill with Lara Briden

Sep 19, 19
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We are now over 60 years and several generations of women in to OCP use as a primary method of contraception and we're only beginning to unravel the long term health consequences.

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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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Microbiome Diversity and Faecal Transplants with Dr Johan Van Den Bogaerde

Jul 11, 19
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Dr Van Den Bogaerde shares the current scientific opinion on gut microbial diversity and he discusses his excitement about the research exploring faecal microbial transplants

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Apr 05, 19
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A recent study has suggested maintaining gut barrier function may be key to efficacy of probiotics on oxidative stress and inflammatory response.

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Feb 25, 19
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The intestinal microbiome is a complex signalling hub that incorporates environmental factors, such as diet, stress and xenobiotics, with genetics and immune signals to influence host immunity and response to infection.[1-3] Within the last decade, we have begun to understand the importance of this interdependent bilateral interaction between the host and its microbiota and how its mutually beneficial balance is crucial in host defence and immune health.[1]

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