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Hope Island, QLD, Australia

Migraine ‘cure’

The following is an excerpt from GU clinical news release regarding studies into possible treatments for migraine headaches: Following on from the success of this trial at the Griffith Health Institute’s Genomics Research Centre, a further study will hone in on specific supplement dosages tailored to an individual migraine sufferer’s genetic profile. For the final … Read more


Fluoride continues to be added to our drinking water.  Did you know that by preparing a baby’s bottle using fluoridated water you could be causing irreparable damage?  Here are a few links which I urge you to view: Fluoride blocks the body’s uptake of iodine.  Australians, in particular Queenslanders, are chronically deficient in … Read more

Stem Cells

Stem Cells are defined as:   biological cells found in all multicellular organisms, that can divide (through mitosis) and differentiate into diverse specialized cell types and can self-renew to produce more stem cells. In mammals, there are two broad types of stem cells: embryonic stem cells, which are isolated from the inner cell mass of blastocysts, … Read more

When Safe isn’t

During a recent browse in a supermarket, I noticed a well-known baby care range. The bathwash was labeled “Safe for newborn babies”. The following is a list of the ingredients: Water, PEG-80 Sorbitan laurate, Sodium Laureth Sulphate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, PEG-150 Distearate, Sodium Lauroamphoacetate, Tetrasodium EDTA, Citric Acid, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, Fragrance [HL20-36715]. PEG stands for propylene … Read more

Are you dehydrated?

The following is an article written by Phillip Day – Investigative Journalist & Founder of “The Campaign For Truth In Medicine” As Featured in Food Matters It is fair to say that discussion about adequate water consumption and hydration comes up in nearly every patient consultation.  It is not only the elderly who are prone … Read more

Tamiflu efficacy and safety qustioned

The following information has been published in Medscape – a medical newsletter: What Has Roche Got to Hide? In January 2012, the Cochrane Library published an updated review that included unpublished data and revealed inconsistencies and incomplete data. In her open letter to Roche, Dr. Godlee explained, “The Cochrane reviewers now know that there are at least … Read more

The Cure is ….

Do you have any questions regarding your health?  You may like to view this new film which brings forward one of the most powerful health messages to come along in decades: That our thoughts, beliefs and unresolved emotions may be the greatest threat to our health in our lifetime and even contribute to the disease process. … Read more

Perspectives differ

How is your day going?  Fantastic!  That’s fabulous.  Or is your day not going so well?  It may all be in the perspective you take! How we look at a situation will determine how we feel about it.  Take for example washing up.  You may feel annoyed at having to wash the dishes.  Yet, take the time … Read more

The Greater Good

For those still struggling with the decision whether or not to vaccinate, please read / view the information at The Greater Good. Each individual  should have the right to make his/her own choice regarding vaccination and any such decision should be respected by others.  Being well informed is the key to making the decision that … Read more

Asthma support

EPA and DHA Comparable to Singulair® in Relieving Symptoms of Exercise-Induced Asthma A clinical trial at Indiana University compared EPA+DHA to prescription montelukast sodium (a.k.a. Singulair), and found similar success in relieving symptoms of exercise-induced asthma. This study followed a previous trial with elite athletes that confirmed the ability of these omegas to suppress proinflammatory … Read more