For people with cancer: to supplement, or not to supplement?
Managing cancer treatment with supplements. Brisbane acupuncture professional Margi Macdonald explores this issue.
Australia, cancer and the rough end of the pineapple
The inclusion of safe, clinically effective complementary health care in cancer treatment is still an impossible dream for most Australians. Brisbane acupuncture professional Margi Macdonald explores the issue.
Men with cells behaving badly
Today there are two men on opposite sides of the world, chronicling their experiences of cancer diagnosis and treatment. Both are professional writers, one Australian, the other US-based. I admire these men - Jonty Este and Christopher Hitchens - for doing what most men would never do; discussing in public, the dysfunctions of their bodies,... Continue Reading →
Pain is the biggest moral issue in Australia today
Chronic pain affects one in five Australians. Brisbane acupuncturist Margi Macdonald explores some of the options available for people living with pain.
Banis bilong susu- baskets of milk
Tits, boobs, puppies, girls, hooters, fun-bags, bazookas, boozies and norks. For the next few minutes, we're peeking into bras, bedrooms and beliefs as we discover how marvellous and multi-faceted our breasts can be. What's in a name? Plenty, it would seem. Is there any other organ which so visibly embodies what it means to be... Continue Reading →