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Eating the five-a-day keeps our bones strong Sticking to the five-a-day health guidance for eating fruit and vegetables can help keep our bones strong and prevent hip fractures. It’s the better-educated who know about alternative medicine Interested in alternative medicine? Then pat yourself on the back: you’re probably better educated and have a higher income. Most men with prostate cancer better off by avoiding treatment Most men diagnosed with prostate cancer would do better by doing nothing—known as ‘watchful waiting’—instead of immediately having aggressive treatment that can have devastating effects on their lives... UTI or STI? Docs don’t know the difference What’s the difference between a UTI and a STI? Not sure? Well, you’re in good company because doctors don’t either. Why fresh fruit and vegetables are so important for good health We all get that we’re supposed to eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables. But now scientists are trying to figure out just why they’re so good for us. Mammography ‘sees’ five breast cancers that aren’t there for every one that is For every breast cancer that is properly diagnosed by a mammogram, five are ‘seen’ that aren’t actually there. Osteopathy helps new mums cope with low back pain Women who’ve recently given birth can get a big health boost from osteopathy. The therapy can dramatically reduce low back pain—one of the most common problems that new mums experience. Antidepressants can cause fatal heart problems in arthritis patients Anti-histamine drugs and antidepressants can cause life-threatening heart problems in people with auto-immune health problems such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. Woman who died from measles had been vaccinated The first death in 12 years from measles was reported last week from the USA, which had doctors emphasising the important of vaccination. Mammogram screening for breast cancer not saving lives Mammogram breast screening isn’t saving lives. It hasn’t reduced the rate of deaths from breast cancer—but it is over-diagnosing, and seeing small or benign abnormalities that would never have develop...

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27 Feb 2015 | Lynne McTaggart - Wh... (bshubbard)

Je suis gagged

Since January, all of us in the West have been horrified by the spectacle of Islamic fanatics storming into the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and assassinating 10 of its staff... more »

27 Jun 2014 | Adverse Reactions (Caitlin Hubbard)

Beyond your genes

When it comes to cancer, modern medicine is in firm denial. For all the triumphalism over the latest claims that approximately 50 per cent of people survive cancer for at least 10 years, the bald fact... more »

30 May 2014 | Adverse Reactions (Caitlin Hubbard)

Catching it early

It’s all over the newspapers.  Deaths from breast cancer have almost been halved, and the bow belongs to screening with routine mammography. So persuasive is the catch-it-early argument tha... more »

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