It is nice tho see the debate on questionable sales practices in some Australian pharmacies in the public domain
Looks like legislation will need to look a little deeper to help reduce the bombardment. still at least other countries are trying perhaps Australia industry will magically self regulate
this is an interesting paper for those interested in type one diabetes .
Well not really but we can waste considerable money on a product that is highly unlikely to work and may have dangerous siade effects. Way to go Australian govenment on giving the TGA no powers to protect the public. http://www.smh.com.au/national/health/hunt-for-the-truth-behind-diet-pill-20120217-1tei9.html
A very intresting article on the current battle to reduce the explosion of pseudo science and the damage it is causing.
It’s nice to see Australian Doctors fighting back in response to the never ending courses in pseudo health disciplines two major question 1 why are our teaching groups supporting these courses and why are we subsidising through our health insurance peoples use of them
I have just completed a scan of extras cover on Australian health insurers and hardly any of them cover Diabetes Educators ? Does anybody outthere know whay they are covered so poorly it seems i can get cover homeopathy ear candleing and all sorts of nonsence but not for Diabetes Educators