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Natural Allergy Treatment

Natural Allergy Treatment

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Positive Association Technique (PAT) is a natural allergy treatment that helps relieve the symptoms of allergies, sensitivities and intolerances. On this podcast, Jess and PAT Expert Naturopath Jenny take a deep dive into the allergy related conditions we see in clinic. For more info on PAT, clinic locations, practitioner information and bookings go to - https://naturalallergytreatment.com.au/
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🌼 The Pollen and Allergies Pod 🌼 Welcome to "The Pollen and Allergies Pod," your go-to resource for mastering the world of allergies and asthma. Created by the experts behind Melbourne Pollen, Air Rater, and Allergy Pal, this podcast is a lifeline for anyone impacted by hay fever, food allergies, or asthma. 🎙️ What to Expect 🎙️ Expert interviews from leading allergists to meteorologists. Actionable tips to minimize or avoid symptoms. Real-life stories and the latest treatment updates. Learn ...
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The focus of the MCG Pediatric Podcast is to produce educational material on pediatric general and subspecialty topics that will be helpful in everyday clinical practice. These discussions will be led by our pediatric residents with a general or subspecialty faculty member who is an expert in the field.
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The Pastore Podcast

Dr. Robert Pastore, PhD, CNS

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Join Dr. Robert Pastore and his co-host Lexie (@lexircise) as they discuss and clarify nutritional and neurochemical science. Dr. Pastore is also joined by guests from backgrounds of all types – from all-star athletes, to top trainers and coaches, to scientists and researchers - and dives deeply into the science behind optimizing performance and longevity. Dr. Pastore is a Certified Nutrition Specialist, and holds an MS in Human Nutrition from Eastern Michigan University and a Ph.D. in Biome ...
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An ambitious project to rid the remote Antipodes Island of introduced mice proved successful in 2018. Claire Concannon visits the spectacular subantarctic island to meet the locals – from penguins to megaherbs – and the people studying the wildlife. Plus, we learn about what's at stake in the next island eradication challenge for New Zealand.…
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Many of us experience flare ups in our symptoms in the first few months of the year - because the silly season really does a number on our adrenals! In our latest blog post and podcast episode, our PAT Expert Naturopath Jenny explains how the stress hormone 'cortisol' and adrenal fatigue can impact our histamine levels and allergy symptoms. Also le…
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Coughs are one of the most common symptoms of childhood illness. But when should we start to get worried? What is a child’s cough trying to tell you? Dr. Sunil Kapoor, a Pediatric Pulmonology Physician, joins Dr. Rebecca Yang and medical student Aparna Prasad to discuss the evaluation and management of chronic cough in children. Specifically, they …
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Should we intervene to prevent hybridisation between an endangered species and its common relative? In this week's summer science episode, two students from the Department of Science Communication at the University of Otago tell stories of science controversy: the conservation conundrum of hybrids, and the relationship between western science and m…
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Positive Association Technique (PAT) is a natural allergy treatment performed by qualified Naturopaths that helps relieve the symptoms of allergies, sensitivities and intolerances using a combination of muscle testing and acupressure techniques. We've mentioned PAT on a few of our episodes, so for the last episode of 2023 PAT Expert Naturopath Jenn…
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Artificial intelligence chatbots like ChatGPT generate remarkably human-like results. But how intelligent is it really? SWI swissinfo.ch visits Lab42, a new AI lab in Davos, which is deploying playful techniques to better understand the fundamentals of human intelligence. In addition to the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) gathering, Davos is home…
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Summer is here and for some of us that means hitting the gym and watching what we eat, especially before all the Christmas feasts! Although since this time of year is so busy, it’s easy to be enticed by processed foods that are labeled as “healthy” or “sugar free”, in an attempt to cut down on calories. Although, many of these foods actually contai…
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When and where the next avalanche will happen is hard to predict. In a special cold laboratory in Davos, researchers simulate the effects of wind on fresh snow to better understand the mechanisms that trigger avalanches. For centuries, avalanches have posed a threat to mountain farmers and their livestock. With the development of winter tourism, ro…
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Did you know around 15 to 25% of children will have at least one syncopal episode before adulthood? Join medical students Sanya Dudani and Caleb Robertson, along with Pediatric Cardiologist Dr. John Plowden, as they discuss the evaluation and management of syncope in the pediatric patient. Specifically, they will: Discuss the definition of syncope …
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Solar irradiance provides heat and light for life. It waxes and wanes with the cycle of solar activity, which currently cannot be predicted accurately. Solar storms can have a great impact on technology. In February 2022, a solar storm destroyed 40 Starlink satellites from Elon Musk’s company SpaceX. Researchers in Davos are collaborating on severa…
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The small city of Davos in southeastern Switzerland, located at an altitude of 1,560m above sea level in the Swiss Alps, attracted tuberculosis patients back in the 1800s and 1900s after scientists discovered that clean mountain air had a positive effect on their health. However, with the development of antibiotics, the sanatoriums eventually lost …
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Pet allergies are a vast and often misunderstood domain. From the household cat that sneezes with the change of seasons to the dog that can't stop scratching after a park visit, Dr. Bronwyn Oke, Chief Veterinary Officer at RSPCA Victoria, sheds light on the intricate world of allergies in our pets. While hay fever might be commonly associated with …
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Before 1960, broken bones were treated simply by using plaster casts or traction. Then 13 Swiss surgeons began rethinking fracture treatment: they standardised instruments, screws and nails, scientifically evaluated every operation, and started training surgeons. On their tour of Davos’s scientific communities, Sara and Michele go behind the scenes…
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The Swiss town of Davos is famous for mountain slopes, winter sports and the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum. But did you know that it also attracts scientists and doctors from all over the world? In this six-part video series, SWI swissinfo.ch journalists Sara Ibrahim and Michele Andina take you on a journey to discover five of Davos’s …
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