Clearing Acne From the Inside Out
with Belle McCaleb
Acne is a common and often chronic skin condition – at least 85% of adolescents and young adults are affected by acne but it is by no means confined to these age groups. READ MORE

How To De-Inflame and Detox in Three Step
with Peter Bongiorno, ND
Acne is a common and often chronic skin condition – at least 85% of adolescents and young adults are affected by acne but it is by no means confined to these age groups. READ MORE

Sleep More Soundly Naturally!
with Belle McCaleb
The consequences of poor sleep patterns include fatigue, exhaustion, depression, irritability, cognitive disturbances and an increased rate of accidents. Sleep disorders increase the risk of hypertension, diabetes, obesity, depression, heart attack, and stroke. READ MORE

Menopausal Hair loss – Natural Approaches That Can Help
with Belle McCaleb
One of the most distressing side effects of the menopausal and post menopausal years for many women is hair loss. It is common - up to 40% of women will experience this to one degree or another in menopause or post-menopause. READ MORE

Trauma and Adversity to Self Actualisation
by Dr Margaret Jinn Ngu
As I sit in my medical office each day, I get to witness how each person arrives with their pain and suffering. It is very tempting to be drawn in to manage and treat the symptoms (body, emotion or mind) and feel the hero that I’ve “fixed” the problem.
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Managing Fibroids with Natural Medicine
with Belle McCaleb
Fibroids are solid non-cancerous tumours of the uterus that may lead to very heavy menstrual periods and resultant anaemia and disability. If the fibroids are very large they can also cause bowel, bladder and intercourse issues. Fertility can be affected either by the fibroids themselves or medical treatment. READ MORE

Beyond Integrative Medicine?
by Dr Margaret Jinn Ngu
Integrative Medicine is currently defined as that of integrating evidence based complementary medicine with mainstream medicine. IM doctors are interested in modalities that treat the patient with as little toxicity as possible.
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Endometriosis
with Lynne Singlewood
In this column I’m going to write about a very common disorder that I think many young women tend to be unaware of, Endometriosis. READ MORE

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
by Lynne Singlewood
A few weeks ago I was attending a lecture on Chronic fatigue syndrome and was surprised that statistics indicated, around one in fifty individuals suffer from chronic fatigue. So I thought I’d have a bit of a chat with you about this subject. READ MORE

Do you consent to flouride in your water?
by Thomas Cho
Most of you are aware of the food you’re consuming every day but what about your water? We tend to take our water for granted because it’s potable and you don’t get sick.well not immediately. READ MORE

Principles of Biodynamic Healing Work
by Roger Gilchrist
The development of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, also called Craniosacral Biodynamics, has led the way into new territories of awareness and therapeutic practice. Craniosacral Biodynamics goes well beyond regular craniosacral therapy (more of a manual medicine), as the Biodynamic approach focuses on working with the underlying forces of health and wellness. READ MORE

A Healthy Heart
with Lynne Singlewood
I’m sure each and everyone reading this column knows someone with a heart disorder of some form, be it high cholesterol, hypertension, artherosclerosis, thrombosis, cardio-myopathy or some such. So it is my aim today to give you all some helpful tips to improve the health of the cardiovascular system and in doing this, we enhance the health of the whole physical organism. READ MORE

Your Eyes never Lie
with Lynne Singlewood
Something to think about! Medicine is a science, and science is about data, numbers, and clinical trials, it’s about what can be measured (which is important), but life is much more than facts, its actually full of mystery, wonder and the unknown. So we need to look at all the variables, because you are a unique individual. READ MORE

Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome
with Lynne Singlewood
This is a disorder that is close to my heart as I have watched one of my children go through all the various struggles relating to PCOS throughout the years, recently however she had a beautiful baby girl so there has been light at the end of the tunnel so to speak. READ MORE

Natural Medicine Approaches to Auto-Immune Disorders
with Belle McCALEB
Auto-immunity refers to the underlying immune dysfunction found in many medical conditions including psoriasis, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), ulcerative colitis, hypothyroidism and Coeliac disease to name only a few. READ MORE

Natural Approaches to Chronic Degenerative Disorders: Cancer, Arthritis, Diabetes, Heart Disease
with Dr Margaret Jinn Ngu
f you are not getting anywhere with that headache, flu like symptoms, fatigue, general un-wellness or recurring infections there may be underlying factors you are not addressing. READ MORE

Natural Approaches for Cervical Dysplasia
by Belle McCaleb
Cervical dysplasia or abnormal pre-cancerous cervical cells is common in women and can appear at any age. In most cases cervical dysplasia is asymptomatic and is only detected via a routine PAP smear. Mild cervical dysplasia is the most common form and up to 70% of these cases eventually resolve on their own. READ MORE

What do our Bodies Ache For?
by Dr Margaret Jinn Ngu
When we have pain be it a toothache, headache, bellyache or joint ache, the intuitive thing we do is to take or do something to fix it or get rid of it or to numb it.
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Polymyalgia Rheumatica? Avoid or minimise steroid drugs with natural approaches
with Belle McCaleb
Polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR) is a relatively common condition characterised by aching joints and morning stiffness particularly affecting the shoulders and hips but also can affect the neck, upper arms, lower back and thighs. READ MORE