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Fresh evidence on pollution shows we’re drowning in chemicals from every area of our lives. But naturopath Dr Harald Gaier offers a batch of natural remedies to keep you and your loved ones safe
The way you sit, stand and exercise can create asymmetry in your body, leading to back pain and more. Charlotte Watts shows you how to get into alignment
It’s added to water and toothpaste to prevent tooth decay, but it can be seriously bad for your health
The latest headlines about the dangers of alcohol are long on scaremongering and short on facts, writes Tony Edwards
Palmer Kippola refused to accept the prognosis that she was headed for a wheelchair. Cate Montana investigates how she overcame the odds
Medical blunders are killing at least 11,000 patients a year in UK hospitals—and the figure could be higher still with other deaths hidden by a conspiracy of silence. Officials admit the figure is conservative.
When it comes to sitting, the many ways we do it aren't equal. Although sitting around has been lumped into one big risk factor for heart disease, how—and where—we sit carries different risks.
Dairy protects against heart disease and its precursor, type 2 diabetes—but that's only true for men, a new study claims.
Gum disease, something that a large percentage of Americans suffer from, is far more dangerous that people often think