The world of weight-loss is laden with falsehoods, many of which impede rather than help people achieve a healthy weight. It can often be hard to decipher fact from fiction, so we have compiled a list of five common weight-loss myths and the truth behind the tales:
Recent news coverage of Brisbane Waters Private Hospital can be viewed below.
A string of overseas incidents have led numerous Australian health bodies to stress the dangers of traveling overseas for cosmetic surgery.
Researchers from the University of Melbourne, alongside the Weight Control Clinic at Austin Health, have debunked the common belief that losing weight gradually as opposed to rapidly is a more effective method for long-term weight loss.
Researchers at the University of Melbourne have developed a blood test which they claim can diagnose early onset Alzeheimer’s.
New clues for schizophrenia causes and cures have been advanced this month, with neuroscientist Professor Cyndi Shannon Weickert announcing advancements in her research which indicate the possibility for individual treatment.
Healthe Care's Group Newsletter
Technology is again revolutionising the medical industry with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy gaining traction in mainstream Psychiatry circles.
Thank you to all of those who were in attendance for the Dr Paul Caska event at Erina Library last week.