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A few recent reads: The brains way of Healing by Norman Doidge Brain plasticity is the eureka of the twentieth century in neuroscience. Our brains were once considered to be hardwired and unmalleable; however, we now know that we can change its structure and therefore function. We are only just discovering the possibilities discerning the... Continue Reading →


What Milk?

What is the purpose of milk? We consume milk to replenish the nutrients in the body as it is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals. Mammals produce the liquid in their glands for the nourishment of their young. For those who don't consume animal products, milk alternatives extracted from plants such as nuts are... Continue Reading →

World Environment Fair

In the wake of Trump's decision to leave the Paris agreement Adelaide's inaugural World Environment Fair held at the Wayville Showgrounds was a small but encouraging consolidation. The exhibition consisted of the latest in sustainable technology and the adjoining hall was lined with stalls from many local producers vending food, jewellery, henna and much more.... Continue Reading →

One of the best ways to escape the daily grind is by heading to the botanic gardens diagonal to the square mile of Adelaides' city. One month into Autumn I spent Sunday morning adorning my respiratory system in ecological bliss. I was able to capture the array of colours, shapes, composition and lighting throughout the... Continue Reading →

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