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FEATURE A sweet solution to Alzheimer’s

January 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) /

The latest evidence suggests that Alzheimer’s disease is, effectively, ‘diabetes’ of the brain. In fact, some researchers claim the two illnesses are so similar that Alzheimer’s should really be called ‘type 3 diabetes’. This might explain why a staggering 70 per cent people suffering from type 2 diabetes go on to develop Alzheimer’s, compared with only 10 per cent of the non-diabetic population who go on to develop the debilitating brain disorder.

FEATURE Bugs in the system

January 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) /

New research has revealed how the microbes in our gut influence our central nervous system, and healing these microorganisms may, in turn, be the answer to everything from spinal cord injury and stroke damage to mental illness. Celeste McGovern investigates

FEATURE A microscopic solution - The best gut bugs to lose weight

March 2016 (Vol. 26 Issue 12) /

Scientists have identified a microscopic universe of tiny microbes in our gut that seems to have a great deal to do with our weight, as Celeste McGovern has discovered

FEATURE Not a drop to drink

November 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 8) /

When Steve Jones was in his late 20s, he suddenly became seriously ill

FEATURE Colds and cough

December 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 9) /

Most cold and cough medicines are useless and may do more harm than good, particularly in kids

FEATURE When it's not Candida

May 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 2) /

A bad gut isn't always sign of a Candida overgrowth, as Dr Harald Gaier uncovers

FEATURE The BARF alternative

December 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 9) /

The bare facts on whether your dog should eat food in the rawConvinced that processed dog food was inappropriate and unhealthy, Ian Billinghurst, a small-animal veterinary surgeon based in Bathurst, New South Wales, began to ask himself a basic question: Should dogs be eating what their wolf and dog ancestors would have eaten? From this simple question, Billinghurst and his fellow Australian vet Tom Lonsdale went on to pioneer BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food), a radical departure from the canned food and kibble mainstay of the modern dog's fare harking back to a diet revolving around raw meaty bones

FEATURE A heart-breaking drug for heart disease

November 2011 (Vol. 22 Issue 8) /

Heart failure is one of the plagues of all vets

FEATURE Playing with your food

June 2011 (Vol. 22 Issue 3)

In response to requests from nursery-school teachers for innovative snacks and nature-related educational activities for preschoolers, here's my advice

FEATURE Colloidal silver: Magic bullet or snake oil?

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

Silver was the antimicrobial of choice before the introduction of antibiotics (Surg Infect [Larchmt], 2009; 10: 289-92)

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