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March 05, 2014
Oral supplements of either omega 3 fatty acid or gammalinolenic acid significantly reduce the occurrence of acne lesions in young people affected by the socially crippling condition, a recent study shows.
This fortnight we look at recent research on how a curcumin and B vitamin supplement benefits carpal tunnel syndrome surgery patients; low D in early pregnancy and increased risk to GDM; and low DHA in the brains of suicide victims.
With support from the National Institute of Complementary Medicine, Blackmores Institute announces its inaugural symposium (to REGISTER CLICK HERE) to be held at The Westin in Sydney from 25th to 26th July 2014.
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