Hpnotherapy Is Safe And Effective

Dennis Parker
Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Dennis Parker
Guest Bio: W. Dennis Parker is a noted Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist registered with the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners. He is a Board Certified Hypnotherapist Examiner, Instructor, and Approved School Operator. Dennis owns and operates “Certified Hypnotherapy Training School” in Farmington, Utah. CHTS trains students in hypnosis, self-hypnosis, hypnotherapy, and unique, proprietary, “Spiritual Mind Management” protocols, to be Certified Hypnotherapists and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists through the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners. (A.C.H.E.) CHTS is a Postsecondary Proprietary School of Hypnotherapy in the State of Utah, registered and bonded with the Department of Commerce. A.C.H.E Hypnotherapist Certificates are recognized and accepted throughout the United States, and in over 20 countries. Hypnotherapy is a non-licensed, certifying profession.

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W. Dennis Parker discusses how Spiritual Mind Management” is a safe and effective means of removing negative thoughts from a person’s mind.

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Dementia Research Study

Dr Christine Toye
Presenter: Katherine Lodge
Guest: Dr Christine Toye
Guest Bio: Dr Christine Toye is an Associate Professor in Curtin University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery. Curtin University is undertaking a new research project that directly asks people recently diagnosed with dementia about what is important to them at this time, also their experiences and expectations for the future.

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Christine is here to talk to us about her study on Dementia.

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Use Of Illicit Drugs To Combat Illness

Stephen Bright
Presenter: Katherine Lodge
Guest: Stephen Bright
Guest Bio: Stephen Bright is a Sessional Academic and Course Coordinator of Addiction Studies at Curtin’s School of Psychology and Speech Pathology, Stephen writes and delivers curriculum pertaining to the use of Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) in society and treatment of AOD-related issues.

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Stephen joins us to discuss synthetic drugs and the use of illicit drugs, such as LSD, to combat mental illness disorders such as PTSD.

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Feed Safe: A New Breast Feeding And Alcohol App

Dr Roslyn Giglia
Presenter: Katherine Lodge
Guest: Dr Roslyn Giglia
Guest Bio: Dr Roslyn Giglia a Research Fellow at Curtin’s School of Public Health. Her current research projects are: Evaluation of the use of an Internet intervention to sustain breastfeeding duration in regional Western Australia, A Cohort study of factors influencing breastfeeding in regional Western Australia and A cohort study of feeding patterns and health outcomes of infants in the Rufiji district of Tanzania

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Dr Roslyn is here to discuss a new breast feeding and alcohol app called Feed Safe.

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VLED Weight Loss Program

Dr Priya Sumithran
Presenter: Katherine Lodge

Guest: Dr Priya Sumithran

Guest Bio: Dr Priya Sumithran (MBBS (Hons), FRACP, PhD) from University of Melbourne, has undertaken a PhD examining physiological adaptations to weight loss, which she completed in 2012. During this period, she has gained experience in designing and conducting clinical trials, including expertise in the use of VLED-based weight-loss programs. Priya was a recent recipient of the Bupa Health Foundation 2014 Health Awards and joins us today to talk about her research and findings.

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Dr Priya is here with us to talk about VLED weight loss program.

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Improving Clinical Follow Up For Women With Advanced Ovarian Cancer

Michael Friedlander
Presenter: Katherine Lodge
Guest: Michael Friedlander
Guest Bio: Professor Michael Friedlander was the founding Chairman of the ANZ Gynaecology Oncology Group (ANZGOG) and has held this position from 2000-2008 and remains on the ANZGOG executive and is currently the Research Director of ANZGOG. He is the Principle Investigator for ANZGOG in the US GOG as well as an ANZGOG representative to the Gynaecological Cancer Inter-Group (GCIG). Michael was a recent recipient of the Bupa Health Foundation 2014 Health Awards.

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He joins us today to talk about an innovative approach to improving clinical follow up for women with advanced ovarian cancer

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Non-invasive Strategies Over Carotid Artery Surgery

Anne Abbott
Presenter: Katherine Lodge
Guest: Anne Abbott
Guest Bio: Anne is internationally acclaimed neurologist and a prime leader in stroke prevention research and evidence translation. Anne is a 2014 Bupa Health Foundation Health Award recipient for her project which will now implement this discovery and related findings into practice.

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Anne is here to talk about her project to prioritise non-invasive strategies over carotid artery (heart) surgery in stroke prevention.

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Home Remedies And Green Bananas

Suzan Damas
Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Suzan Damas
Guest Bio: Suzan Damas is a native of Tanzania and has traveled extensively in Africa. Suzan talks about the region, culture, lifestyle, and food in this culturally rich area of the world. She is the author of “Green Banana Cookbook” which is strongly influenced by cuisines from there. The area receives a constant stream of travelers/tourists in addition to health care providers and missionaries.

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Suzan Damas talks about interesting home remedies

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Healthcare And Immigration

Suzan Damas
Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Suzan Damas
Guest Bio: Suzan Damas is a native of Tanzania and has traveled extensively in Africa. Suzan talks about the region, culture, lifestyle, and food in this culturally rich area of the world. She is the author of “Green Banana Cookbook” which is strongly influenced by cuisines from there. The area receives a constant stream of travelers/tourists in addition to health care providers and missionaries.

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Suzan Damas discusses healthcare and how it effects immigration. Also touched on are immunization policies and access to low income care.

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Africa Vs The West – Differences In Illness

Suzan Damas
Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest: Suzan Damas
Guest Bio: Suzan Damas is a native of Tanzania and has traveled extensively in Africa. Suzan talks about the region, culture, lifestyle, and food in this culturally rich area of the world. She is the author of “Green Banana Cookbook” which is strongly influenced by cuisines from there. The area receives a constant stream of travelers/tourists in addition to health care providers and missionaries.

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Suzan Damas talks about some of the differences in health issues between her native Tanzania and other countries she has visited.

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