Lifestyle medicine in the face of COVID-19

Lifestyle medicine is an indispensable tool to support individuals through the pandemic of COVID-19.

Flu vaccine increases risk of coronavirus

A new study shows that influenza vaccination appears to increase risk for coronavirus infection - a phenomenon known as virus interference.

The benefits of mother's milk to curb allergies and asthma

Excusive breastfeeding for the first 3 months is linked with a lower risk of respiratory allergies and asthma in children.

Antibiotic potential of cannabis

Researchers showed antibacterial activity of cannabinoids, specifically cannabigerol, against drug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.

Dairy milk increases risk of breast cancer

New research suggests that consistently drinking as little as one cup per day may increase rate of breast cancer up to 50%.

Science reverses reproductive aging in mice

A study from the University of Queensland showed that fertility rates in older female mice can be lifted with small doses of NAD precursor.

ACNEM 2020 CONFERENCE- Environmental disruptors

ACNEM IS PROUD TO PRESENT:The 2020 ACNEM Conference: Environmental Disruptors – Rising to the Challenge The 2020 ACNEM Conference: Environmental Disrupto ...


With a variety of presentation styles to meet your needs, this year’s clinical conference will deliver dynamic education with a focus on topics that affec ...

POSTPONED TO 4-6 December 2020 - ASLM 2020- Featuring Dr Michael Mosley

Click on the link to read ASLM's response to the CoronaVirusJoin pioneering clinicians, researchers, and policy-makers at Lifestyle Medicine 2020 Lifestyle Med ...

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  • ANTA and UnityHealth look forward to working closely together to continue to bring practitioners the latest information and up to date resources.

    Brian Coleman (ANTA Executive Officer)
  • IMgateway was recommended to us as the most useful and practical website to general practitioners by Professor Marc Cohen.

    Dr Maria Lombardo (South West Regional Training Group Coordinator)
  • It makes good sense, that clinical staff should have access to a resource like IMgateway which provides them readily with the authoritative and evidence-based information they need on complementary medicines, their uses and effects and their known interactions ...

    Dr Allen Yuen (Past Director of Emergency Medicine)
  • Given the high use of Complementary Medicine (CM) in Australia and the progressive integration of CM with conventional medicine, medical, nursing and allied health staff need access to evidence-based information to assist ...

    Bernadette Sinclair (Nurse Manager, Quality Support Unit Prince Charles Hospital)