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The Therapeutic Potential and Limitations Of Online Forums For The Chemically Sensitive

‘Our Way Out of the House’: The Therapeutic Potential and Limitations Of Online Forums For The Chemically Sensitive by Dr Tarryn Phillips Those who suffer from multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS) often experience a condition that is extremely debilitating, as well as social stigma and marginalisation from mainstream support services. Since their reactivity often leaves them […]

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Pre Conception Care: Are There Hidden Hazards In Your Home?

Pre Conception Care The importance of pre conception care in support of fertility is well known. Nutrition, environment and lifestyle choices all contribute to the quality of sperm, eggs, fertilisation, and the health of your baby. Many practitioners work in this area addressing internal imbalances with herbs, medications and diet. But What If There Are […]

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Non-Thermal Effects of EMF Martin Pall

In the face of the ongoing “conspiracy” to cover up the non-thermal effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF), Professor Emeritus Martin L Pall has a paper to be published in a forthcoming edition of the Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy. Exposure standards are based on the thermal effects of EMF – that is, does it heat tissue in […]

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Childbirth

From GO to “WHOAA!!!” How Chinese Medicine Can Assist With Pregnancy Part 5 – Childbirth Approximately ten lunar months after the last period is when childbirth occurs. Acupuncture is useful to bring on contractions and induce childbirth. It is a slower process than induction with pharmaceuticals, but it is gentler and supports the body in its […]

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