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Healthy Living: Breaking the Age Barrier

Every hour, 5 men die before their time in Australia from potentially preventable illnesses—and women aren’t far behind! Dr John Clark will tell us all about it in this episode.

Healthy Living: Cancer and Inflammation

What does a stubbed toe or a splinter in a finger have to do with your risk of Alzheimer’s disease, heart attack or cancer? More than you might think. Scientists are starting to see links to an age-old defense mechanism called inflammation.

Also available as part of a set of 13 programs.

Healthy Living: Milk or Soy?

There’s a lot of controversy about soy. Is it good or bad for me? And, for that matter, is milk good or bad for me? Listen as we explore some current research on these two foods.

Also available as part of a set of 13 programs.

Healthy Living: Omega 3 and Fish

Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid and our bodies can’t make it. We’re told that we need to eat fish or take fish oil in order to obtain it. Believe it or not, this is not the only source, and there are many downsides to using fish. Find out what we can do about that in this program.

Also available as part of a set of 13 programs.

Healthy Living: Hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy has been used for thousands of years to bring relief from many ailments. In this program Dr Eddie Ramirez explains hydrotherapy, and we’ll show you some simple treatments that you can do at home.

Also available as part of a set of 13 programs.

Healthy Living: Charcoal

Activated Charcoal is used worldwide in hospital emergency rooms to neutralize drugs and poisons. And it’s also useful to have on hand for a variety of everyday ailments. Find out more from Dr Eddie Ramirez in this program.

Also available as part of a set of 13 programs.

Healthy Living: High Blood Pressure

There is good news and bad news: The bad news is that the number of people in the world with high blood pressure has reached 1.13 billion, nearly doubling since 1975 – and it’s no longer a disease of affluent countries. The good news is that high blood pressure can be reversed. Found out how in this episode of Healthy Living with Dr John Clark.