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5-HTP: Nature’s happy pill?
The claims are tempting and the studies promising for this popular supplement
Body scans: a bombshell - Body scans: a bombshell
The latest craze in preventative medicine is a whole-body scan, which subjects you to vast amounts of radiation, with no clear benefit over safer techniques like thermal imaging.
Menopausal symptoms - More plant remedies for the menopause
* Gamma-oryzanol. This naturally occurring mixture of the plant chemicals sterols and ferulic acid esters has proved effective for reducing menopausal symptoms in 40 perimenopausal women, taken at a d...
My seven-month-old granddaughter has developed a severe case of eczema, particularly on her neck and trunk. It is predominantly dry but, during moments of distress, it has wept liquid. Can anyone sugg...
Your metabolic roots
''Nuns and midgets, that’s the ticket,'' American author John Gregory Dunne was advised as a fledgling journalist by his editor at Time magazine. Dunne took his mentor’s advice, and the oddity - in th...
My son has developed a verruca on his foot, and I may have one, too. I do not want to put chemicals on our skin. How can we deal with this naturally? - CN
Re the letter ‘EFAs sorted my cholesterol’ in WDDTY vol 16 no 9, the cholesterol levels are meaningless to me, and probably to some other readers, too, as they are given in mg/dL. It would have been h...
Body scans: a bombshell - Diti: how does it work?
* An infrared scanner converts the infrared radiation emitted from the skin to electrical impulses that are visualised in colour on a monitor. This ‘thermogram’ is a visual map of body temperature.
Body scans: a bombshell - Why thermal imaging?
* DITI has a high sensitivity for the early detection of changes in blood vessels, nerves and bones.
Q My son suffers from recurrent nosebleeds, which I am quite anxious about. I don’t know what is causing them. Can anyone help? - A.D., Norwich
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