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‘Here’s the thing’

In clinical practice, where lifestyle intervention is the primary strategy, it can be a real challenge to firstly motivate for change and then facilitate…
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Food for Brain Health

Our brain is a remarkable and flexible organ, responsive to numerous stimuli throughout our lifespan. Food is one of those inputs over which a…
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History Repeats at a Human Cost

Two large longitudinal and observational studies produced very interesting results. The first confirmed the association between women who have experienced sexual abuse and several…
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‘Nostalgia’ is a Problem

Looking back to a different time, a better time, is a common occurrence. It’s very likely that you have engaged in reflective thoughts and…
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Dementia and the Gut

Back in Nov 2020 the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease published a study undertaken in Geneva, that explored the connection between the bacteria and other…
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Vitamin D & C – Again!

It occurred, after listening to various (UK and International) politicians trying to explain behaviour that the rest of the country (and most of the…
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Pathogens and Humanity – what next?

For centuries humans have experienced a shortening of their life’s potential due to infection and trauma – in most cases the end being brutal…
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Division and Distrust

The year ahead is of course simply a continuation of the prior year, nothing magical occurs on the 1st day of January that creates…
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Why our immune systems are so flexible

The human immune system possesses immense individual-to-individual diversity, and also has specialised compartmentalisation[1]. (Which means many variations in response, local tissue activity, recovery and…
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