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Interview with Catherine Mercer by Barry Eaton
from Radio Out There

In this interview Barry asks Catherine to speak more about recent research from one of The Art of Healing weekly e-alerts on teabags, which alluded to “drinking GMOs.” Also included in the interview is how we have become a nation of convenience shoppers and why, and how it is important to take more responsibility for what we eat and change our mindset about where we shop and what food we buy.

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Science or Pseudo Science

The acrimony between supporters and opponents to the use of alternative and complementary medicine have been debating the relevance of certain health sciences for many years. The focus now turns to the role Australian Universities play, and how some courses may or may not be scientifically credible enough to warrant a spot in the curriculum.

So what health practices make the grade, and what are just masquerading as a medically viable option? ......... .......
ALSO FEATURED: Professor Marc Cohen - Alternative Medicine Expert from RMIT and a Media Statement from Universities Australia

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Dr Rob Morrison - Dr from Flinders University/ founding member of Friend of Science in Medicine
Tim Menham - CEO of Australian Skeptics
Professor Kerrin Phelps - President of the Australasian Integrative Medicine Association
Leah Hechtman - President of the national Herbalist Association of Australia

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