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FEATURE Dealing with overwhelm

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

FEATURE Do go gentle

September 2016 (Vol. 1 Issue 7)

The tiny moves used in the Bowen technique can cause big changes in all types of illness, says Cate Montana

FEATURE Magnesium: Magic bullet for your heart

September 2016 (Vol. 1 Issue 7) /

The standard medical treatment for heart disease is a handful of pills with dangerous side-effects, but this multi-purpose mineral is the most potent pill of all

FEATURE The good food guide to a healthy heart

August 2016 (Vol. 1 Issue 6) /

Counting calories—instead of focusing on the quality of the food we eat—won’t help us beat the epidemic of heart disease and diabetes, says a leading cardiologist

NEWS The 10 ways you can avoid stroke

July 27th 2016 /

Stroke is the second major killer in the world—and it’s also the most avoidable. There are 10 simple things that can eliminate up to 90 per cent of all cases, researchers say.

NEWS Sudden rise in blood pressure doesn’t mean you’re about to have a heart attack, say doctors

July 11th 2016

A sudden rise in blood pressure doesn’t mean you’re about to have a heart attack unless you’re also suffering chest pains, severe headache, nausea or shortness of breath at the same time.

NEWS Elderly with low blood pressure still taking antihypertensive drugs

July 6th 2016

Most of the older people taking antihypertensive drugs for lowering blood pressure have hypotension, or blood pressure that is already dangerously low—which could explain the high rate of falls and dizzy spells the elderly suffer.

NEWS Potatoes aren’t part of your five-a-day: they increase blood pressure

May 18th 2016

If you think potatoes can be part of your five-a-day (or seven-a-day if you’re serious), think again. Eating them four times a week increases your chances of developing hypertension, or raised blood pressure, a new study has found.

FEATURE The great statin deception

March 2016 (Vol. 26 Issue 12) /

We’re all supposed to be popping a cholesterol-lowering statin by the time we’re 60—but new research has found that, at best, they’re helping us live just four days longer

FEATURE Stronger than drugs

December 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 9) /

Scientists have noticed something remarkable about the placebo effect, or the power of our thoughts and expectations. In recent years, it`s been getting stronger, and it`s now beginning to surpass the effects of drugs

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