Ever felt bloated, tired, lacking in motivation? A kind of overloaded feeling like you’ve eaten and/or drunk far too much?
In this episode we'll see how two young Australians found relief from painful eczema and hear how the complementary therapies of chinese medicine and homeopathy eased the itch.
Ever had a severe reaction to something you ate? Peanuts and shellfish come to mind immediately but many foods that cause allergies can also be life threatening.
Second Opinion looks at spider phobia, also Craniosacral treatment for a head injury and how can Hatha Yoga help chronic pain?
Can Theta therapy help a pianist’s stage fright and can osteopathy kick a digestive disorder exactly where it hurts?
It is something that thankfully most of us will never experience but for those that have endured a major trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has a profound and often debilitating impact o
Can an holistic approach halt a four year old’s recurring colds? And how do thinning bones respond to Naturopathy? Joining Judy on the panel is Dr Russell Cooper, Laura Cini and Dr Rob Walters.
Once the symbol of chic sophistication, and something that seemingly everyone did, smoking is one of modern societies’ major preventable causes of death.
Ever pulled a hammy? Received a corky? Or popped a shoulder? Copped one too high or, god forbid, too low and been carried off the field?
In this crazy world few of us escape some kind of neck jamming, muscle cramping, eye bulging strain due to the pressures of our lives.
Can remedial massage restore balance to a sufferer of Meniere's disease and how could chiropractic be effective for a stroke victim suffering terrible tremors?
Can Naturopathy help a mum wanting to lose weight after having a baby? And a workaholic turns to hypnotherapy after a life changing trauma.
Can energy healing calm an angry child? Finding the reasons for a behavioural problem in a child can be nigh impossible but you’ll hear an interesting diagnosis.
This program aims to sell the safe sex message to young people in a frank and humorous way, using language that is straightforward, without preaching.
In this program Greg Fleet, one of Australia's leading comic performers, shares half an hour of laughter, tears, truth and pain telling his story of when he was addicted to heroin.
Narrated by Ruth Cracknell, the program features a group of elderly people who talk about growing old in the community.
The report of the enquiry into the protection of children from sexual abuse was released on 15 June, sparking a political firestorm.
Australian of the Year 2005, Dr Fiona Wood is Peter Thompson's guest.
Ian Frazer was made Australian of the Year in 2006.
Another powerful social documentary from David Goldie, producer of Nobody's Children and Out of Sight, Out of Mind.