16 July 2024
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Dairy products: should you avoid them?

There’s a large body of global evidence that the consumption of high-fat dairy products has a beneficial cardiac effect. What do I think about dairy foods?

Psssst, there’s no secret to being successful

A secret about the secret of success is that it’s not really a secret!

Should you be taking Vitamin D?

Studies have found a link between Vitamin D deficiency and a range of diseases including COVID-19.

Total eclipse of the star

Turnaround. Bright eyes. What the story of Quade Cooper and Sonny Bill Williams shows is that when humans work together for a higher purpose, human achievement can touch the stars.

Who should receive statin therapy?

Here's why a 'one size fits all' approach to the prescription of statins doesn't typically work.

The profound effects of COVID-19 on mental health

There is increasing discussion around the profound effects of lockdown, social isolation and fears surrounding the coronavirus and vaccination on our mental health. Here are some tips to help lighten the burden.

To statin, or not to statin, that is the question!

Studies have suggested that statin drugs are safe and effective in people who are at high risk for disease, but what about those with a low risk?

Mad Max meets Skippy. Is this the blockbuster we need?

Maybe it’s time we had a blockbuster movie to help the economy? Look what the first Crocodile Dundee movie did for us!

What is the answer to knee osteoarthritis?

While the only definitive answer to bone on bone arthritis is a total replacement, there are some therapies that may help ease discomfort.

Not just a healthy brain, but also a healthy body

Research into the profound effects of declining physical function as we age is increasing. Here is how to determine whether an individual is considered frail and five tips for prevention and treatment.

Don't read this if you don't want to win

Whether in business, sport or life, there is a lot to be learnt from the world’s most successful sports team.

Is heart disease truly reversible?

I have seen numerous patients stabilise and often reverse cardiovascular disease, but the process doesn't just involve pharmaceutical therapy and medical procedures.

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