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Buteyko practitioner Alison Waring talks to Joanna Evans about how she helps people beat asthma with better breathing.
CBD oil is the latest magic bullet out there, used for everything from pain to IBS. But although some products are powerfully effective, some are little more than snake oil. Cate Montana guides you through the best—and worst
Exercise and activity are vital—but they have very little to do with losing weight, as a new study has discovered
Turn off, tune out and focus on slow, restorative movements if you want to be more energized, says Charlotte Watts
Kelly Turner, author of Radical Remission and now Radical Hope, offers the best natural supplements shown to help the body heal from cancer
Making one small change to your diet can have a big impact on your health and could even halve your chances of a premature death.
Music can be the perfect medicine after a heart attack. Listening to 30 minutes of soothing music every day lowers the chances of a second episode, researchers have discovered.
Cannabis could be the answer to the antibiotic-resistant superbugs. Its cannabidiol (CBD) compound 'supercharges' antibiotics to make them effective once again.
Ginkgo biloba is a potential therapy to combat the Corona-19 virus, say scientists. Its anti-viral abilities have been successfully tested on several viruses—including Herpes and Zika—and it could be just as effective against COVID-19.
A group of hospitals in New York is treating its most critical COVID-19 patients with high doses of vitamin C. So far, more than 700 patients have been given the vitamin intravenously.
Exercising as part of a group brings bigger benefits than going solo, says Charlotte Watts