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FEATURE Natural vs medical - Vitamin K vs bisphosphonates for osteoporosis

October 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 7) /

Vitamin K could be a safe and effective alternative to the standard drugs for fragile bones, says Joanna Evans

NEWS Stay well with a few no-drinking days each week

April 30th 2015

Drinking the occasional glass of red wine may be good for us-but a new study suggests it's important to have a few non-drinking days in between

NEWS Drinking coffee halves risk of liver cancer

October 23rd 2013 /

Drinking coffee every day reduces your chances of developing liver cancer

NEWS Antioxidant reverses liver damage caused by alcohol

May 4th 2011

If you like a drink - but are worried about the effects that alcohol can have on the liver - there's an antioxidant that could repair the damage

FEATURE Hair - dyed and deadly

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

If you are one of the millions of people everywhere who routinely dyes their hair, you could be increasing your chances of developing a progressive-and ultimately fatal-liver disease, according to an alarming new study

NEWS Hair dye causes arthritis and allergies

March 31st 2010

If you use a standard hair dye, you are more likely to develop liver disease, which could lead to arthritis, thyroid problems and gut allergies

FEATURE Alcohol addiction

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Q) I'm concerned about a friend of mine who regularly drinks to excess and may well be alcohol-dependent

NEWS Cirrhosis: Coffee can reduce the risk

June 12th 2007

OK, so you had one too many glasses of wine the night before, and the thing you desire more than anything else right now is a strong cup of coffee


July 2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 4) /

Modern medicine has only its singleminded one-size-fits-all treatment for all types of tumours - with very little evidence of success

NEWS Diet drug linked to lung damage

September 1st 1996 /

Obese people who take an appetite suppressant for more than three months increase by 30 times their chances of developing primary pulmonary hypertension, a usually fatal condition affecting the arteries in the lungs

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