Stroke awareness month

Lachlan Cornell There is one stroke every nine minutes in Australia and more than 475, 000 Australians are living with the impact of stroke. The number in the US is close to 800, 000. A common misconception is that strokes just happen to elderly people but strokes can happen to anyone at any age – even babies can have strokes. A stroke occurs when blood, which carries oxygen to the

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Addy Duffey, Ka Huna Bodywork & Massage

Byron Bay and surrounding area ‘To experience a Ka Huna with Addy is transforming. She is extraordinary, and puts her everything into her treatments. I call her the “High Priestess of Ka Huna”.’ – Deon Demouche ‘Addy is a true healer. She goes above and beyond for her clients, and is an inspiration to everyone she meets.’ – Skye Ramsay Addy is passionate about her work and her clients’ wellbeing. Her

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Is the humble egg really to blame for strokes?

A new study reveals that the humble egg is not associated with stroke risk. The University of Eastern Finland recently released a study that debunks the myth that eggs can cause strokes and further clarifies that eggs are not linked to high blood pressure. In fact, there is some evidence that they could be beneficial. The study indicates that eggs could actually protect against high blood pressure and the benefits

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