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#11 "Surgery the Ultimate Placebo - Professor Ian Harris' work. Take away message, always ask your healthcare provider: What evidence do you have that doing this procedure to me is better than not doing this procedure to me?" And a longer, subscriber-only article by PJR on Backpain.
#12 Biochar for soil repair? CM reports on a UN-sponsored research project she has been involved in.
Lucky #13 Toothpaste Trails. PJR rates 3 types. Fish oil is for Fish.
#14 This too shall pass, on the all consuming drought and the evocative Rain from Nowhere.
#15 Red, white and blue light capabilities and cautions. Harm minimisation using F.Lux and why you might put that on your digital devices. And it's free.
#16 Carol's support for the Paris Accord.
#17 Full moon madness evident, especially in Canberra and the calming power of Chamomile on drama queens and a covers-every-ill tonic. Plus Gally Greenhorns' Chocolate Crackle Bliss Balls recipe.
#18 Oil based infusions, why we make them and how we do. Carol's chilli oil recipe.
#19 Companion Planting by Jackie French, book review.
#20 Natural exercise ideas sans lycra and sweat: that which you can do daily is the most helpful and why you might.
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