December 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 9)
Film PR guru Rebekah Smith suffered from debilitating fatigue for years. But a tailor-made diet programme gave her a second lease on life.
December 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 9) /
The new nasal flu vaccine has already been shelved in the US. Celeste McGovern investigates why you should be wary
December 2016 (Vol. 1 Issue 10) /
When Cathie Grout was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, she was told it could be controlled, not cured. But after taking matters into her own hands, Cathie is now completely
November 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 8) /
There’s a pill for every mental and psychological ill—from schizophrenia, depression, anxiety and hyperactivity. The trouble is, say two leading psychologists, they don’t work.
October 19th 2016 /
There’s been a major discovery about spinal cord injury—often seen as a life sentence—that opens up the possibility of a full recovery.
October 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 7) /
A half-century on, the birth-control pill is still plagued by a host of nasty and sometimes deadly side-effects. Celeste McGovern finds a growing movement of defiant young women who are turning to natural alternatives.
September 2016 (Vol. 1 Issue 7) /
If you’re struggling to cope with the demands of your life, instead of reaching for the Valium, try these six solid stress-busters
August 17th 2016
Exercise is good for us—and the benefits are super-charged if we have a positive feeling about it. The added benefits aren’t all in our head: physical improvements have also been seen and measured.
August 2016 (Vol. 1 Issue 6) /
After the UK government declared ‘war’ on dementia, drug companies have served up cocktails of ever more powerful drugs, but none works as well as a host of non-toxic alternatives
July 22nd 2016 /
It may be controversial, but the decision by several states in the US to legalise the use of cannabis for medicinal purposes has resulted in fewer pharmaceutical drugs being prescribed.