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If you suffer from arthritis, migraine or fibromyalgia, noted American doctor Joseph Mercola has discovered why a fat-burning diet can end pain—and much more.
You don't need to do high-intensity training to be fit and healthy. These simple moves—a mix of yoga and other disciplines—can keep everything flowing nicely, says Charlotte Watts
The shocking truth about alcoholism is that Alcoholics Anonymous doesn't really work, says Cate Montana. Try these natural ways to cut down on your drinking.
Powerlifter Pat Reeves claims she beat two cancer death sentences with a combination of exercise and a raw vegan diet
Herbal first aid for the summer: these four herbs are your go-to remedies for all manner of spring and summer ailments, says herbalist Rosalee de la Forêt
Eating a handful of nuts every week should form part of every cancer survivor's diet. Nuts—and especially tree nuts such as hazelnuts, chestnuts and walnuts—reduce the chances of the cancer coming back.
Osteoarthritis isn't an inevitable disease of older age—it can be avoided with a healthy diet and exercise. And it's not even a 'wear and tear' problem, but a metabolic one that's caused by the body's inability to process a poor diet.
Eating yoghurt every day and taking vitamin D supplements can protect women from developing osteoporosis after the menopause. Men can also maintain their bone health as they get older by following the approach.
There's something seriously wrong with our drug approval processes. One in three drugs that pass all the usual checks before being given a licence are unsafe, and are causing serious—and sometimes deadly—health reactions in patients.
A survey of internet chat rooms where men discuss life after prostate cancer treatment is a surprising glimpse into the rarely discussed world of eviscerated masculinity. Men describe rituals of devices, pills and injections they undertake before attempting sex. Some have given up trying. They discuss embarrassing dribbles, diapers and bed pads.
Vaxxed, the film about the US government cover up of the link between the MMR vaccine and autism, made it to the UK—under much media fire.