Dr Tamara Hunter on Women’s Health

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Cardiovascular disease is the biggest health issue in women. 1 in 10 women suffers from Ischaemia heart disease and 1 in 3 women is at risk of cancer. In this video, Dr Tamara Hunter talks … Read More

Dr Tamara Hunter on The Gut-Brain Connection

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Researchers discovered our gut talks to our central nervous system and how this can affect people with depression. In this video, Dr Tamara Hunter discusses the relationship between the brain and the gut.

Do complementary therapies for fertility work?

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It’s not surprising that when women struggle to get pregnant they may consider any number of options to improve their fertility, including complementary therapies. I would categorise alternative therapies under a broad umbrella, including acupuncture, … Read More

How can Iodine help in pregnancy?

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If your fertility specialist told you to take your pregnancy with a large pinch of salt, you’d probably be quite taken aback. But that’s quite literally what you need to do. Iodine, which is found … Read More

Does contraception affect fertility?

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Contraception Fertility Expert Tamara Hunter Perth

The causes of infertility are many and varied, and often women won’t find out about fertility issues until they start trying for a baby. So, when a woman struggles to conceive after several years of … Read More

Ovulation Induction Explained

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You and your partner have decided it’s time to start a family. You’ve read that timing intercourse around ovulation is the best way to improve your chances of falling pregnant, but for many women that’s … Read More

Why are hangovers worse after 30?

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Australians have always been known as a nation of drinkers. At festive times that consumption tends to go up. As we get older, our system tends to be less robust.