News2019-04-15T17:06:36+00:00

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When sperm counts have halved in Australian men – we have an issue

According to Amie Skilton, sperm counts have halved in Australia over the last 30 years and now, a sperm count morphology where 4% of the sperm are considered healthy – is considered a good result. Add to this the fact “… it’s the health of the sperm which drives the health of the pregnancy and the placenta – even the ability of the woman to hold on to the baby,” and male fertility looks like an important issue for our overall health.

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Dr Shamistra Barathan tells us why ACNEM Conferences provide vital assistance to her work

When a colleague of Dr Shamistra Barathan recommended attending an ACNEM conference as a good source of information for her work as a general practitioner, Dr Barathan decided to give it a go. Sitting in the audience, attending her first ACNEM conference five years ago, she found herself asking: “Why haven’t I been taught all of this before?”

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How oxidative stress and free radical burden speeds up the ageing process and what you can do about it

Dr Ross Grant will present the Pre-conference Workshop at the ACNEM Conference on Friday May 24th on the topic: Personalised testing for free radical burden and inflammation in the context of clinical and lifestyle outcomes.

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Pre-Conference Workshop will show how to radically lower heart attack risk

During the ACNEM Pre-Conference Workshop, Dr Sam Mirzaee will discuss why many practitioners have been unsuccessful in controlling conventional risk factors and therefore being able to reduce the rate of heart attack and strokes in their patients.

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Have we taken the ‘Public’ out of ‘Public Health’?

Professor Grant Schofield talks about how we reached the situation where the medical profession in Australia and New Zealand have become outdated and un-involved in public health?

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Leading female doctor says a woman’s fitness and nutrition program should be planned around her menstrual cycle

Dr Natasha Andreadis, pictured here with her Boobs on the Run group, explains why it’s so important to take into account a woman’s menstrual cycle when planning her nutrition and fitness program.

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Dr Shami Barathan Interviews Dr Robert Szabo

Dr Robert Szabo, founder of The Low Carb Clinic, gives us the background on how to put the pieces together for type 2 diabetes reversal and how this method is working for many patients.

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Compelling evidence shows a low-carb diet can work as a preventative for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s as well as many other chronic conditions

When we talked with Cliff Harvey, clinical nutritionist and researcher, he told us his research has shown there’s so much which can be done for a whole range of conditions using a low-carb diet.

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We are getting sicker and fatter. Has our medicine done a fat lot of good?

This is the topic Dr Peter Brukner, well-known sports doctor, will be presenting at the ACNEM Conference in May 24-26.

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Understanding the link between oestrogen, circadian rhythms and metabolic health

We sat down with Dr Jim Parker to learn about his ACNEM Conference presentation.

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Why when you eat could be as important as what you eat

We chat with Nathan Rose about his upcoming presentation at the ACNEM Conference.

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