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June 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 4)

How good is your digestion? image

How good is your digestion?

Get a snapshot of the state of your entire gut with these simple do-it-yourself home tests, says Sara Davenport

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ME: the cure that went away image

ME: the cure that went away

Chronic fatigue and ME could be dramatically improved with exercise and therapy, a landmark study discovered. But it was bad science, and the cure was never there.

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Natural remedies to help manage hairballs image

Natural remedies to help manage hairballs

These simple tips and natural remedies can help manage hairballs in cats, says holistic vet Rohini Sathish.

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What doctors don't tell pregnant mothers image

What doctors don't tell pregnant mothers

On Christmas day, 1956, in Stolberg, Germany, a baby girl was born with no ears. Her father was a chemist at the company Chemie Grünenthal, and his wife had taken samples of the company's sedative drug, Distaval, which were handed out to employees. Distaval—containing the active ingredient thalidomide—was sold over-the-counter as a remedy for a variety of ailments, including morning sickness. No one realized at the time that this baby would be the first of thousands to suffer tragic deformities and disabilities from the drug.

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Weed killer is hiding in your favorite snacks image

Weed killer is hiding in your favorite snacks

The weed killer glyphosate has been discovered in many processed snacks and cereals—and even at low levels it could be harmful to our health.

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NEWS Why moderate drinking is good for you

June 21st 2018 /

Despite all the contradictory evidence, it seems that drinking alcohol in moderation is good for you after all—and scientists have now figured out why that is.

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NEWS Myopia caused by lack of sunlight

June 20th 2018

A lack of sunlight is one of the principal causes of myopia, or short-sightedness, a major new review has discovered.

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NEWS One in three people taking drugs that cause depression and raise suicide risk

June 18th 2018 /

One in three prescription drugs that people take every day can cause depression and increase the risk of suicide—and yet nobody seems to be aware of the dangers, a new study has found.

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NEWS Opioids responsible for 20 per cent of all deaths among young adults

June 15th 2018 /

One in every five deaths among young adults in the US is caused by opioid painkillers, a new study has discovered. The drugs' death toll has tripled in the past few years alone

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NEWS Feeling lonely could be major cause of heart disease

June 14th 2018

Heart disease is still the biggest killer in the West—and loneliness could be one of its biggest causes, a new study has discovered.

Latest features

How good is your digestion? image

FEATURE How good is your digestion?

Get a snapshot of the state of your entire gut with these simple do-it-yourself home tests, says Sara Davenport

Is barefoot running good for you? image

FEATURE Is barefoot running good for you?

So-called barefoot running is all the rage, but is it actually good for you? Charlotte Watts investigates.

'How I beat fibromyalgia' image

FEATURE 'How I beat fibromyalgia'

Ten years ago, teacher and artist Lisa Pugh was depressed, housebound, in constant pain and could only get up the stairs by crawling. She'd just been given a diagnosis of fibromyalgia—after suffering on-and-off with aches and pains, severe fatigue and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) for nearly two decades—and was told by her doctor that she'd only get worse.

ME: the cure that went away image

FEATURE ME: the cure that went away

Chronic fatigue and ME could be dramatically improved with exercise and therapy, a landmark study discovered. But it was bad science, and the cure was never there.

Natural remedies to help manage hairballs image

FEATURE Natural remedies to help manage hairballs

These simple tips and natural remedies can help manage hairballs in cats, says holistic vet Rohini Sathish.

What doctors don't tell pregnant mothers image

FEATURE What doctors don't tell pregnant mothers

On Christmas day, 1956, in Stolberg, Germany, a baby girl was born with no ears. Her father was a chemist at the company Chemie Grünenthal, and his wife had taken samples of the company's sedative drug, Distaval, which were handed out to employees. Distaval—containing the active ingredient thalidomide—was sold over-the-counter as a remedy for a variety of ailments, including morning sickness. No one realized at the time that this baby would be the first of thousands to suffer tragic deformities and disabilities from the drug.


Weed killer is hiding in your favorite snacks image

FEATURE Weed killer is hiding in your favorite snacks

June 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 4)

The weed killer glyphosate has been discovered in many processed snacks and cereals—and even at low levels it could be harmful to our health.

Previous features

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FEATURE Natural ways to beat addiction

May 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 3) /

Celeste McGovern looks at the neuroscience of addictive behavior and how to break the brain patterns caused by everything from alcohol and painkillers to sugar and smartphones

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FEATURE Are antidepressants and painkillers playing a part in mass shootings?

May 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 3) /

People who carry out mass shootings are often suspected of being on antidepressants—but new research suggests that over-the-counter painkillers could also be playing a part

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FEATURE 'How I beat RSI'

May 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 3) /

Writer Hils Barker suffered from debilitating repetitive strain injury—until she learned to look after her fascia, the tissue that connects everything in the body

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FEATURE Does your dog have hip pain?

May 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 3) /

An assortment of complementary and alternative therapies can help relieve the pain and discomfort of canine hip dysplasia, says holistic vet Rohini Sathish

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FEATURE Bad back from sitting? Try these myofascial support techniques

May 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 3) /

It's what we do more than anything else, but here's how dynamic sitting can minimize the damage of staying seated, says Charlotte Watts

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FEATURE Enzyme blends: ending pain, healing your gut, and even fighting cancer!

May 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 3) /

Enzyme blends aren't just for digestion, says Cate Montana. The latest evidence shows that they can end pain of every variety, heal the gut, prevent heart and circulatory issues, and even fight cancer.

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