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Multiple Sclerosis: The Mystery Sickness with guest Jo Whitehouse (MS Connect)

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is neurological condition in which the coating on the nerves breaks down. This can occur and many different sites resulting in complex and variable presentations.. For people living with this condition it can vary from one episode or recurrent episodes with progressive disability particularly with movement, vision dizziness and more. As a [...]

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Vertigo

Today's episode we learnt about the most common cause of vertigo which is Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo or BPPV. This very easily and quickly treatable condition is often poorly managed so we talked about what it is, how you can recognise it and what you can do about it. For further information, visit www.vestibular.org [...]

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National Stroke Week with guest Phil Greenidge (NSW Strokesafe Ambassador)

This week, Jason and guest Phil Greenidge will be reviewing information about stroke, and providing information about how to: prevention of stroke recognise the signs and symptoms what you should do if you suspect you have stroke What you should do to get a regular health checks For further information, visit https://www.strokefoundation.com.au

By |June 14th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Prostate Cancer Awareness Week Special with guests Anthony Lowe, Phillip Katelaris and Patrick Lubroso

In recognition of Prostate Cancer Awareness week, Jason is joined by special guests Anthony Lowe (CEO of Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia), Phillip Katelaris (Urologist at the Sydney Adventist Hospital) & Patrick Lumbroso (Psychologist and Director of Man Focus Clinic) to share their knowledge for a special episode of The Body Brain and Mind [...]

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