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20/20 at 80

You can keep your eyesight—and even reverse glaucoma or cataracts—just by changing your diet, says Lynne McTaggart

The gold standard for removing mercury

Holistic dentist Graeme Munro-Hall shares his protocol for removing your amalgam fillings safely

Bugs in the brain

Antibiotics don't just affect your gut, but may be behind many cases of 'mental' illness, says naturopath Stephen McMurray

Ten-finger exercise

Computers and smartphones have given rise to a host of chronic pain in the hands. Here's how to avoid repetitive strain injury and more, says Charlotte Watts

Eastern promise

This light and tasty biryani, a favourite speciality of ancient Persia, is chock-full of health-giving spices, says Kirsten Hartvig

Latest news

NEWS Greenhouse gases cutting 11 years off our lives

July 26th 2017

While politicians continue to argue about reducing greenhouse gases, scientists have discovered that the problem is far worse than we thought: pollutants from fossil fuels, such as coal and gas, are cutting our life expectancy by up to 11 years.

NEWS Young women still being prescribed thalidomide

July 24th 2017

Thalidomide, the morning sickness drug that caused appalling birth defects in more than 10,000 babies in the 1960s, is still being prescribed to young women who become pregnant—and three women had to have an abortion last year after being exposed to the drug.

NEWS Sweeteners aren't slimming—they put on the pounds (and cause heart disease)

July 21st 2017

We pop a sweetener—such as aspartame, sucralose or stevia—into our hot drink to help us keep the weight off. But they could be doing the exact opposite if we use them for a long time, and not only will we put on the pounds, sweeteners also raise the risk of diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.

NEWS Food packaging chemicals linked to heart disease

July 19th 2017 /

Phthalates—chemicals found in food packaging and pharmaceutical drugs—have been linked to a range of chronic diseases, from heart problems, type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure.

NEWS The 27 stressful events that can age your brain, and cause dementia

July 19th 2017

There are 27 stressful events that can age our brain by up to four years, and increase the risk of dementia, researchers have found.

Latest features

FEATURE 20/20 at 80

You can keep your eyesight—and even reverse glaucoma or cataracts—just by changing your diet, says Lynne McTaggart

FEATURE The gold standard for removing mercury

Holistic dentist Graeme Munro-Hall shares his protocol for removing your amalgam fillings safely

FEATURE Bugs in the brain

Antibiotics don't just affect your gut, but may be behind many cases of 'mental' illness, says naturopath Stephen McMurray

FEATURE Ten-finger exercise

Computers and smartphones have given rise to a host of chronic pain in the hands. Here's how to avoid repetitive strain injury and more, says Charlotte Watts

FEATURE Eastern promise

This light and tasty biryani, a favourite speciality of ancient Persia, is chock-full of health-giving spices, says Kirsten Hartvig


Previous features

FEATURE Keep calm and try this anxiety cure

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4) /

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

FEATURE You gotta have heart

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4) /

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

FEATURE 'How I Beat Infertility'

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4) /

A change of diet and lifestyle helped Neringa Kasaciuniene go from 'infertile' to a healthy mum-of-two

FEATURE Vaccines after Wakefield: so are they safe?

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4)

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.

FEATURE A recipe for healthy skin

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4)

Besides a microbiome in your gut, you've also got one on your skin. Shann Nix Jones has come up with a delicious solution

FEATURE Give him a boost

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4) /

Bolstering the immune system is the key to helping a cat with FIV live a long and healthy life, says holistic vet Dr Rohini Sathish

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