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Making the case for registration of naturopaths

Making the case for registration of naturopaths

Melissa SweetJul 15, 20153 Comments

Should naturopaths be registered? It’s a controversial debate that’s hit

Out-of-Pocket Inquiry Report - filling a major policy vacuum

Out-of-Pocket Inquiry Report - filling a major policy vacuum

Jennifer DoggettAug 31, 2014

The Health Wrap: What the evidence uncovered; reaching out to vaccine skeptics; health funding waiting games

Kellie BissetApr 22, 20143 Comments

End of the road for homeopathy?

Michelle HughesApr 9, 20143 Comments

A new report from the NHMRC regarding the evidence base for homeopathy raises

Who uses complementary and alternative therapies in regional South Australia?

Jennifer DoggettJul 9, 2013

The use of complementary and alternative therapies in people with chronic diseases is an under-researched area, despite the fact that these therapies can interact with mainstream health

The latest news in primary health care research - from the role of complementary meds to global health matters

Melissa SweetOct 17, 2012

The latest articles profiled by the Primary Health Care Research & Information Service include: • A stu

The Federal Budget and health: what's on the table (or not)

Melissa SweetMay 8, 20121 Comment

Below is a short summary of items related to tonight's Federal Budget and health: what is promised/likely; what has been asked for; and what seems to be missing. What is prom

All the latest news on excessive testing and treatment - the Naked Doctor strikes again

All the latest news on excessive testing and treatment - the Naked Doctor strikes again

Melissa SweetApr 10, 2012

An important campaign has just been launched in the US,

Is the TGA out to lunch? Ken Harvey on the weight loss pill that lets you "have the cake without the calories"

Melissa SweetFeb 23, 2012

The Therapeutic Goods Administration's response to concerns about the marketing of a weight-loss pill, which lets you “have the cake without the calories”, suggests that the many r

Assault on alternative medicine: worthwhile or witch-hunt?

Melissa SweetFeb 23, 20123 Comments

The fight over the teaching of complementary medicines by Australian universities has drawn international coverage, including this piece by the

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