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'How I beat Alzheimer's'

The drugs don't work. But Celeste McGovern talks to one Alzheimer's sufferer who got his mind back with a morning "cocktail" and uncovers the mass of evidence you're not being told about the neurotoxin at the heart of the epidemic.

Getting your groove back after menopause

Menopause can mean a loss of libido for many women, plus many embarrassing symptoms. But renowned women's health expert Maryon Stewart has a variety of natural remedies that can work magic on your mojo.

Hands of Light

Before drugs or even herbs, there was the laying on of hands, and it's now enjoying a renaissance, with many types to choose from. Cate Montana offers a roundup of the forms of spiritual healing with the most evidence.

Doctors' declaration of independence

Put the patient first and talk about diet and exercise instead of prescribing drugs, says a group of doctors in a bold manifesto for a new medicine.

Not just for Christmas

Getting a puppy this Christmas? Holistic vet Rohini Sathish shares her recommendations for smoothing the transition and bringing up a healthy pup naturally

Latest news

NEWS Canola oil can cause Alzheimer's and memory loss

December 15th 2017

Canola oil is a cheaper option to olive oil that is marketed as being just as healthy—but it could be a cause of Alzheimer's disease and general mental decline as we get older, scientists have discovered.

NEWS Hormone contraceptives increase breast cancer risk

December 14th 2017

All forms of hormonal contraception increase a woman's risk of breast cancer—and that's also true for the 'safer' progesterone-only pill, a major new study has found.

NEWS Cheers! A few mugs of green tea every day reduce your chances of dementia

December 13th 2017

Drinking plenty of green tea every day—ideally two or more cups—reduces the risk of cognitive decline and dementia.

NEWS Routine mammograms aren't life-savers, say researchers

December 11th 2017

Are routine mammograms to detect breast cancer actually worth having? When you weigh up the low number of lives they're saving, and the high number of false cases they're detecting, it's all very marginal, a new study has concluded.

NEWS Common blood pressure drugs raise skin cancer risk seven-fold

December 8th 2017 /

Some of the world's most common drugs for high blood pressure (hypertension) 'significantly' increase the risk of skin cancer, new research has discovered.

Latest features

FEATURE 'How I beat Alzheimer's'

The drugs don't work. But Celeste McGovern talks to one Alzheimer's sufferer who got his mind back with a morning "cocktail" and uncovers the mass of evidence you're not being told about the neurotoxin at the heart of the epidemic.

FEATURE Getting your groove back after menopause

Menopause can mean a loss of libido for many women, plus many embarrassing symptoms. But renowned women's health expert Maryon Stewart has a variety of natural remedies that can work magic on your mojo.

FEATURE Hands of Light

Before drugs or even herbs, there was the laying on of hands, and it's now enjoying a renaissance, with many types to choose from. Cate Montana offers a roundup of the forms of spiritual healing with the most evidence.

FEATURE Doctors' declaration of independence

Put the patient first and talk about diet and exercise instead of prescribing drugs, says a group of doctors in a bold manifesto for a new medicine.

FEATURE Not just for Christmas

Getting a puppy this Christmas? Holistic vet Rohini Sathish shares her recommendations for smoothing the transition and bringing up a healthy pup naturally

FEATURE Yoga on the go

If you're on the move or traveling for the holidays, you can still do effective exercise, even with no yoga mat in sight, says Charlotte Watts


Previous features

FEATURE 8 ways to heal your gut

November 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 8) /

Celeste McGovern looks at how Dane Johnson battled Crohn's and colitis with food and the science behind why he won.

FEATURE Helpful tips for dealing with an aggressive dog

November 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 8) /

Holistic vet Rohini Sathish has a host of helpful tips for dealing with an aggressive dog.

FEATURE Take this pill, it won't do a thing for you (or will it?)

November 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 8) /

The placebo, or dummy pill, has always been used in drug tests. Now entrepreneur Robert Richman is taking it to the next stage—welcome the Xpill.

FEATURE It's D-lovely

November 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 8) /

Health authorities keep telling us that too much vitamin D is toxic, but new research shows that very high dosages of the vitamin—up to 200,000 IU—can help to repair skin damage like sunburn. Cate Montana investigates

FEATURE 'How I beat knee pain'

November 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 8) /

As a child growing up in South Africa, Angela MacRitchie was a talented ballet dancer and gymnast.

FEATURE The myth of completing a course of antibiotics

November 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 8) /

It's one of the most widely held beliefs in medicine—and it's wrong. You don't have to complete a course of antibiotics, new research has found

FEATURE Do the twist

November 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 8)

Add these twists into any exercise program to increase your range of motion in every direction, says Charlotte Watts

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