Complementary Medicine Interactions Guide

Latest research news

IBS and fatty acid
22 May 2018

Fatty acids and IBS - is there a link?

Researchers are calling for further studies on the possible link between polyunsaturated fatty acids and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) following their results showing women with IBS had lower levels of ...

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21 May 2018

Calcium + Vitamin D and cardiac events

New evidence adds to previous study results demonstrating that use of calcium and/or vitamin D is not associated with increased risk of cardiac events.

Dr Ron Ehrlich
17 May 2018

A Life Less Stressed - an interview with holistic dentist Dr Ron Ehrlich

Dr Ron Ehrlich is a holistic dentist based in Sydney, passionate about understanding stress in our modern world, and encouraging people to be an active participant in their own health ...

Probiotic treatment for paediatric gastrointestinal diseases
17 May 2018

Probiotics for paediatric gastrointestinal diseases

Treating depression with EPA rather than DHA may lead to positive outcomes, meta-analysis finds.

Online courses

Introduction to Complementary Medicine

Introduction to Complementary Medicine

As the use of complementary medicines continues to rise, it is vital that primary healthcare providers are informed about the evidence, efficacy, safety and quality of these substances.

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Vitamins in health and disease

Vitamins are essential micronutrients that our bodies require for a variety of metabolic processes. They are necessary for normal function but what are their clinical indications for health and disease?

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Minerals in health and disease

Minerals are inorganic compounds that are essential for health and wellbeing. They have wide-ranging functions in the body covering both structural and functional areas.

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Safety of Complementary Medicine

The growing use of complementary medicine highlights the need for guidelines on the safe and appropriate use of these medicines.