Mapping Parasites with Melissa Colin #176
Melissa Colin defines parasites as organisms that live inside of other organisms, and can often wreak havoc on myriad body systems and functions. On this episode of the podcast she highlights our understanding of their impacts, as well as the many practices that we as clinicians can implement to support clients mitigating parasitic infections.
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