The House of Wellness TV: Season 8, Episode 2

This week on The House of Wellness, the team discusses ear health, the benefits of celestial singing, reading to dogs and more. Watch the full episode.

The House of Wellness – Season 8, Episode 2

On this episode of The House of Wellness, the team celebrates love as we approach Valentine’s Day and explores advice for maintaining ear health. 

Also this week:

  • Australian cricket coach and former cricketer Justin Langer talks about his experience with tinnitus, a debilitating ear condition that affects one in 10 Aussies. 
  • Ever wondered what makes the ear lobes the best place for a piercing? Dr Nick Carr tells all.
  • While some mushrooms are edible and have medicinal purposes, biotechnology and mycology expert Dr Tien Huynh and her team of researchers at RMIT School of Science have now discovered that these versatile fungi could also be used as firefighters.
  • Celestial singer and sound healer Lou Van Stone enthrals Luke Hines with the power of the voice, from the beauty of using it to the benefits of feeling it.
  • Meet Claire DeStratis, the Victorian mum who gave her son the gift of love by undergoing a liver transplant in a bid to save his life.
  • Professor Warwick Teague from The Royal Children’s Hospital explains why you should not leave your child unattended in a hot car.
  • Save Our Sons founder Elie Eid talks about the reality of Duchenne muscular dystrophy in Australia and what the community can do to help, starting with
    Walk4duchenne fundraiser.
  • Why you and your kids should start reading to your dogs.
  • Zoe Bingley-Pullin is taking the steak game to new heights with her recipe on a mouthwatering eye fillet topped with mango salsa for that summer freshness. 
  • A rundown on the natural benefits of Manuka honey for coughs and colds, wounds and the skin.
  • Identifying the key signs of an iron deficiency and how to tackle it.

Get all that and more on The House of Wellness TV at 2pm Fridays and noon on Sundays on the Seven Network. 

Cast: Luke Darcy, Jo Stanley, Jacqui Felgate, and Dr Nick Carr with Luke Hines, Zoe Bingley-Pullin, Jade Kisnorbo and Sarah Davidson.