November 2020 Newsletter

Words and mental health Following the outcome of the American election with accusations flying, threats, protests and a potential tinderbox ready to explode across America, this month’s health article looks at how words can affect our mental health. Now, I don’t usually follow American politics as we have enough of …

August 2020 Newsletter

Look for the positives One of the devastating effects of the pandemic will be the lasting effects on our community. People have died, people have suffered permanent health problems, people have lost their jobs and businesses, communities have fractured, and the country will endure a severe economic depression into the …

June 2020 Newsletter

Electronic Prescriptions You may have seen the advertisements online about the arrival of electronic prescriptions and how it will streamline the supply of medications following a visit to your doctor or from a telehealth consultation. Before we all get excited or scared about this jump forward in technology, in Tasmania …

May 2020 Newsletter

The Five Foundations of Holistic Health Holistic health has been a term used by natural therapists for many years but only recently acknowledged into the language and aims of modern medicine. The five foundations of holistic health can be imagined as a stool with five legs, each leg representing a …

January 2020 Newsletter

Smoking? The fireworks have stopped and now it is time to put those New Year’s resolutions into action. When it comes to your health, there are many resolutions that should be at the top of your list including reducing alcohol consumption, increasing exercise, losing weight, eating more vegetables and fruit …