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Lactose intolerance or perceived lactose intolerance can result in people completely avoiding dairy products, however consuming them (in the right quantities) might actually be in their best interest. We review the evidence and the Australian Dietary Guidelines.
Often the contraceptive consult can be as simple as another prescription for the pill, but it can be an important way of looking at the woman and where she is in her life, because things change over the reproductive life span. In this interview we discuss all things contraception, including the Medical Eligibility Criteria.
Many of us struggle with the management of menopause, and with the recent update to the International Menopause Society’s recommendations for menopausal hormone therapy, we talk through the range of treatments available, and when and when not to use them.
The ACCORDION Eye study investigated the effect of intensive control of glucose, blood pressure and lipids on the progression of diabetic retinopathy in patients with type 2 diabetes. The results were published last year, so we talk through the major findings with the lead investigator, focusing on areas relevant to GPs.
Regular eye screening should be part of standard care for all patients with type 2 diabetes and yet, 1 in 3 patients are not having eye tests performed in line with the NHMRC eye screening recommendations. Diabetic retinopathy is a blinding disease, so how can we improve screening rates?
Diabetes is a major health problem of our time, with 1.7 million Australians living with diabetes, rising to 2.45 million in 2030. As a result we’re going to have increased diabetic eye disease, increased vision loss and blindness. The Macular Disease Foundation is here to help – listen how.
Sexual dysfunction can be a major problem for people with psychiatric illness and it can be difficult to bring up in a consultation. We discuss the conditions and medications that can impact the sexual function for our patients, as well as what to lookout for, and how and when to have ‘that’ conversation.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a progressive condition that needs us to regularly monitor how our patients are tracking. In this interview we discuss some practical ways on how best to do this, and how to optimise treatment.
This audio file contains all 8 interviews on this edition.
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Osteoporosis is often only first recognised at the time of a low-trauma fracture. However, by this stage, the risk of subsequent fractures has already risen substantially. We talk through the risk factors, early identification, management and more in this comprehensive interview.
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