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FEATURE Getting the shivers

August 2016 (Vol. 1 Issue 6)

If you want to lose weight, you need to embrace the cold, says Harald Gaier

FEATURE Does booze make you fat?

March 2014 (Vol. 24 Issue 12)

e're always being told that alcohol is loaded with calories and thatwe'll put on the pounds if we drink it

NEWS Vitamin E best for skin burns, say researchers

December 10th 2012

If you suffer a nasty skin burn, apply vitamin E as soon as possible

NEWS How to trick the brain into eating less

November 4th 2009

If you know you really should diet and exercise a little, researchers have discovered a pain-free method that curbs your appetite while also burning off some calories - even when you're sitting in your armchair

FEATURE Artificial turf: Not so fantastic plastic

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Across the globe in schools, stadiums, parks and play-grounds, natural grass is increasingly being replaced by low-maintenance, hard-wearing artificial turf

NEWS Burns: The trace elements that can aid healing

September 27th 2007

Burns victims who are given the trace elements of zinc, copper or selenium heal quicker, and have fewer infections

FEATURE Surgery so you think you need , , , cataract surgery

August 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 5)

The conventional wisdom among ophthalmologists tells us that, if you live long enough, you will get cataracts

FEATURE Herbal combination best for burns

May 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 2)

After years of studying and using alternative remedies, I find that the most effective treatment for burns (first- and second-degree) is Weleda's Combudoron Lotion [a herbal combination of Arnica flowers and Urtica urens leaves]

FEATURE The best alternative treatment for . . . burns injuries

April 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 1)

Aloe vera and honey are the better known alternative remedies for burns

FEATURE Surgical approach to glaucoma treatment

April 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 1) /

Laser and surgical treatments are available for glaucoma, but these are often aggressive, invasive procedures and, despite advances in technology, still second in line - after drugs - as a standard glaucoma treatment, or reserved for cases where drug therapy has failed

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