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Heartburn drugs tied to Dementia risk

The popular heartburn drugs known as proton pump inhibitors have been linked to a range of ills: bone fractures, kidney problems, infections and more. Now a large new study has found that they are associated with an increased risk for dementia as well. Proton pump inhibitors, or P.P.I.s, are widely available both by prescription and … Read more

Uncompromised quality

Further to my recent article on the dangers of self-prescribing and obtaining inferior quality nutritional supplements on-line or over-the-counter, here are some more reasons to seek qualified professional advice, in a clinic environment, to ensure you are getting the best possible care for your individual needs. Australian Natural Medicine companies lead the world in manufacturing … Read more

Addictions – a curious phenomenon

The following article was submitted and written by Mel Raymond: More than just substances – Unpublicised Addictions Addiction is a curious phenomenon, and one we do not fully understand. Some of us are more prone to addiction than others – the so called ‘addictive personality’ is no mere myth, and scientists think that predisposition to … Read more

Don’t self-prescribe

You may have seen recent media reports regarding a tragic outcome for an individual taking food supplements purchased online, in circumstances that seem to include an unusual and idiosyncratic reaction to one or more ingredients. As the product in question does not seem to be a Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) listed product, there is some … Read more