Brett Hill brings you This Week In Wellness, the health news highlights you need. Every week Brett scours the globe to find the most relevant and important health news highlight to bring to his tribe. In just 5 minutes he will get you up to date with the news and share his opinion of what this means for you. So tune in to stay up to date on the wellness world in just 5 minutes a week. Brett Hill brings you This Week In Wellness, the health news highlights you need. Every week Brett scours the globe to find the most relevant and important health news highlight to bring to his tribe. In just 5 minutes he will get you up to date with the news and share his opinion of what this means for you. So tune in to stay up to date on the wellness world in just 5 minutes a week.
TWIW 158: Low Vitamin D linked to dementia
This Week In Wellness following on from last week’s research showing a link between socialising and dementia now a University of South Australia study has shown a direct link between vitamin D deficiency and dementia. https://www.unisa.edu.au/media-centre/Releases/2022/vitamin-d-deficiency-leads-to-dementia/ https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/advance-article/doi/10.1093/ajcn/nqac107/6572356?login=true https://fb.me/e/3rHPv1muK
TWIW 157: Social isolation linked to dementia
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TWIW 156: Healthy Fats reduce heart risk
This Week In Wellness a systematic review and meta-analysis of 38 randomised control trials controlled trials of omega-3 fatty acids has shown that the fatty acid improves cardiovascular outcomes. The study, published in eClinical Medicine showed a greater reduction in cardiovascular risk when supplementing with EPA alone rather than combined EPA and DHA supplements. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/07/210708083854.htm Listen In
TWIW 155: “Tech neck” on the rise in Australia
This Week In Wellness the Australian Chiropractors Association is reporting that Australians are now spending 5.5 hours a day on their phones, with the additional 60% of neck flexion caused placing an extra 27kg of weight through the spine and leading to increased risk for physical and mental health challenges. https://www.chiro.org.au/patients/campaigns/spinal-health-week/#techneck https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports/chronic-musculoskeletal-conditions/back-problems/contents/what-are-back-problems www.chiro.org.au/find-a-chiro
TWIW 154: Backroom deals create “draconian” Covid “dictatorship”
This Week In Wellness new South Australian laws enshrining emergency Covid powers into legislation have been described by the liberal opposition as “dark age dictatorship” amid growing concerns that the laws overreach in terms of the powers they provide and lack suitable safeguards. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-05-19/chris-picton-hits-back-at-david-speirs-over-dictatorship-comment/101081932 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-05-17/sa-covid-management-bill-set-to-pass/101073360 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-05-06/sa-legal-experts-concerned-over-covid-legislation/101045008
TWIW 153: Do anti-inflammatories cause chronic pain?
This Week In Wellness a recent study by McGill University’s Division of Experimental Medicine, published in Science Translational Medicine shows that inflammation may in fact be necessary for healing acute injuries, throwing into question the common use of steroids and over the counter anti-inflammatories as a first line of defence. “This was very, very unexpected,” Listen In
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After hearing Laurence Tam on a recent Life by Design podcast, I decided to finally check out this one. WOW! Awesome-I'lve listened to about 6 in the last 3 days, and love them all. Keep up the amazing work:)
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I have enjoyed all the over 20 podcasts I have listened to thus far. I was AMAZED to get a response to a Facebook question I asked :) I really value the fact that they have three different view points - it's not just one message but a compilation of information from you which you can pick what works best for you. I think the content is valuable and presented in an engaging way. I do enjoy the Canalian point of view - being a Canalian myself!
Thank you hope you all find success and keep the wellness message spreading.