My dear friend Jan is the Eloquent Gardener. Jan is a horticultural therapist. I think you'll enjoy her first post. I hope you'll share your first garden memories with us. Before I tell you something..I wonder if you'd like to write down your earliest garden memory? Get a largish piece of paper, perhaps a hand-made... Continue Reading →
Recently I've reflected upon progress towards a greater integration of complementary therapies with Australian biomedical oncology practices and attitudes. My reflections arose after a recent enquiry about my work. Here's my edited response to that particular heart-felt enquiry. I can definitely offer appropriate therapies to help your friend through the rigors of treatment, and the... Continue Reading →
An Australian grandmother almost comes to grief in two Australian hospitals. An in-your-face-account which reveals how badly we need health reform.
Even before swine flu became THE news loop of the week, here in Australia as we slip into autumn, the annual flu shot campaign had begun. According to local news reports, at least one flu treatment drug - Tamiflu™ - is in demand, as consumers prepare for porcine-but-now-person-borne viral attack. So in the quest for... Continue Reading →