Spring Blues, Achoos, Soggy Tissues

by Rhianna on November 18, 2012

SPRING!!!! What a magical time of year! The flowers are blooming, the grasses are seeding, the trees are laden with pollen, and the cheeky spring breeze is blowing this heady, allergen-rich cocktail straight up our nostrils… While spring may delight many, there is a growing percentage of the population that dread the emergence of delicate
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INCREASING PREVALENCE OF FOOD ALLERGY AND FOOD INTOLERANCE IN AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN AND ADULTS From ARL Functional Pathology eNews A recent article in The Age newspaper, Victoria, reported on research finding the prevalence of peanut allergies in children has doubled in the past decade. Canberra-based clinical allergy physician, Dr Raymond Mullins, lead author of the study,
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H is for Honey

by Leisa on October 18, 2008

Honey has earned a bit of a bad rap over the years as being just as bad for us as “pure sugar”.  But all is not as it seems in the world of honey…. There is quite a lot of difference between the honey you find on the supermarket store shelf and pure “Raw Honey” that
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