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ConditionsConditionsFungal infections

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FEATURE The Medical Detective - Be your own podiatrist

March 2016 (Vol. 1 Issue 1)

Fight fungal foot infections with these nine DIY remedies, says Harald Gaier

NEWS Free speech? You're only allowed to hear about chemo when it comes to cancer treatments

March 21st 2012

Free speech doesn't apply when you want to talk about cancer and alternatives to Big Pharma

FEATURE Athletes foot

February 2010 (Vol. 20 Issue 11) /

Q) I've been suffering from athlete's foot on and off over the past few years

NEWS Arthritis: Strongest possible warning on 'safe' drugs

October 8th 2008 /

The days may be numbered for a new family of arthritis drugs that is causing serious fungal infection and tuberculosis (TB) in the patient, sometimes resulting in death

NEWS Arthritis: Strongest possible warning on 'safe' drugs

October 8th 2008 /

The days may be numbered for a new family of arthritis drugs that is causing serious fungal infection and tuberculosis (TB) in the patient, sometimes resulting in death

FEATURE Bottled water everywhere - and not one fit to drink

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3)

Everywhere you go these days, you'll see people obses-sivelyclutching and sipping bottles of water

FEATURE How metabolic type affects ph

April 2006 (Vol. 17 Issue 1)

Type Autonomic-dominant type Oxidative-dominant type

FEATURE Maintaining a healthy acid-alkali balance

April 2006 (Vol. 17 Issue 1) /

Suspect acidity if you:* take excessive strenuous exercise, which causes lactic acid to accumulate in the blood* are diabetic, which tends to cause acidosis through loss of potassium, sodium and ketones in the urine* suffer from chronic diarrhoea, which can cause acidosis* have kidney problems, which can also cause acidosis (Kidney Int Suppl, 1999; 73: S85-8)* follow the ketogenic diet, which works for epileptics, but has a deliberately acidifying effect * are even mildly lactose-intolerant, as dairy products can cause lactic acidosis (Rose BD, Post TW

FEATURE Nutritional and herbal supplements can help male pattern and other b

July 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 4)

This is crucial for regulating more than 100 enzymes

FEATURE The best alternative treatment for . . . burns injuries

April 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 1)

In the UK, someone is burnt or scalded every 90 seconds while, in the US, around two million burns occur each year

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