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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.

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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 73: Coke’s “email family” of obesity researchers

    TWIW 73: Coke’s “email family” of obesity researchers

    This Week In Wellness a paper published online by Cambridge University Press has shown that Coca-Cola paid scientists to downplay the role of sugary beverages in the obesity epidemic. Scientists used information gathered from over 18,000 pages of emails via freedom of information requests made by a US non-profit public health group “Right To Know”. Listen In

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    TWIW 72: America’s Frontline Doctors

    TWIW 72: America’s Frontline Doctors

    This Week In Wellness a group of physicians calling themselves America’s Frontline Doctors have dominated world wide news cycles and social media channels, despite efforts to censor them. Social media platforms have this week scrambled to delete the repeatedly posted video featuring 7 doctors claiming to be at the front line of America’s Coronavirus response. Listen In

    • 7 min
    TWIW 71: Human rights concerns over facial recognition CCTV

    TWIW 71: Human rights concerns over facial recognition CCTV

    This Week In Wellness facial recognition cameras being trialled in East Perth have raised concerns about their scope of use and the potential for human rights breaches. Whilst facial recognition software is legitimately used by law and border enforcement officials to identify individuals based on their facial features using artificial intelligence technology, in other parts Listen In

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    TWIW 70: Bio-diversity linked to respiratory health

    TWIW 70: Bio-diversity linked to respiratory health

    This Week In Wellness creating bio-diverse green spaces can help to “re-wild the microbiome” of our environment and as a result improve human health. A research team led by the University of Adelaide published a study in Restoration Ecology compared carrying levels of green space diversity from lawns to re vegetated woodlands has shown that Listen In

    • 6 min
    TWIW 69: Could new swine flu trigger new pandemic?

    TWIW 69: Could new swine flu trigger new pandemic?

    This Week In Wellness scientists have identified a new strain of swine flu in China capable of creating another pandemic. Published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences the paper states that whilst it is carried by pigs, it can affect humans and has “all the hallmarks” of becoming highly contagious in Listen In

    • 7 min
    TWIW 68: No benefit to reducing Saturated fat says Cardiology Journal

    TWIW 68: No benefit to reducing Saturated fat says Cardiology Journal

    This Week In Wellness a review in the Journal of The American College of Cardiology has stated that not only were there no beneficial effects of reducing saturated fat intake on cardiovascular disease or total mortality, there were in fact protective effects against stroke if the saturated fat intake was retained. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0735109720356874 Would you like Listen In

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