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Stress and anxiety are among the most commonly diagnosed and overmedicated conditions, but for many, the solution may be as simple as a vitamin pill, as Celeste McGovern has discovered
Universities like Harvard extol the virtues of meditation and the 'relaxation response', but a small institute in Northern California is revolutionizing the way we handle stress. Cate Montana investigates
A change of diet and lifestyle helped Neringa Kasaciuniene go from 'infertile' to a healthy mum-of-two
The safety of vaccines such as the MMR has centred on the autism debate, but three new studies suggest there are other safety concerns parents should be aware of.
Besides a microbiome in your gut, you've also got one on your skin. Shann Nix Jones has come up with a delicious solution
In a major landmark ruling, the European Court of Justice has determined that a vaccine can be blamed for triggering a disease or causing harm even when there isn't any scientific evidence to establish a link.
If you want to protect your mental faculties and ward off the threat of Alzheimer's (and who doesn't), start splashing extra-virgin olive oil on your salad.
It's nothing to do with the brain—autism can be checked and even reversed by focusing on the gut, a major review has concluded.
Older people who are taking aspirin as a just-in-case preventative against heart disease might want to think again after new research has discovered the drug carries a far higher risk of fatal stomach bleeding than was previously thought.