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FEATURE 24 ways to beat arthritis

December 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 9) /

For each day of Christmas, we’ve created an advent calendar of 24 alternatives with solid evidence of success in treating arthritis. Count down the days to being pain-free

NEWS Gout sufferers were right all along-tomatoes do make symptoms worse

August 27th 2015

Gout sufferers often complain that their symptoms flare up when they eat tomatoes-even though the fruit isn't a recognised dietary trigger for the problem

NEWS Montmorency cherries reduce gout pain

October 7th 2014 /

Montmorency cherries can ease the excruciating pain of gout, a new study has discovered

NEWS Vitamin C can ward off gout

March 12th 2009

Getting plenty of vitamin C in your diet could help ward off gout, the painful joint disease

NEWS Gout: It could be more to do with soft drinks than high living

September 4th 2008

Gout has always been associated with high living, an unfortunate consequence of too much rich food and drink

SITE EXCLUSIVE The best one-a-day vitamin

June 13th 2007

All of us dream about magic bullets - the one single thing that isgoing to be the key to health

FEATURE A human guinea pig

April 2006 (Vol. 17 Issue 1)

My other worry about this treatment was the cost

FEATURE How to prevent or delay cataracts so you think you need , , , catarac

August 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 5) /

Several factors contribute to cataract formation, including physiological factors (age), medications (such as steroids, gout drugs), illnesses (like diabetes, heart disease, hypothyroidism), and lifestyle and environmental factors (smoking, obesity, ultraviolet and heavy-metal exposures)

FEATURE Don't forget t. l. cleave in the story of refined carbohydrates

June 2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 3) /

Following your Special Report on diabetes in the March issue, I must enquire whether you are familiar with the classic work of T

FEATURE Pennywort for candida, gotu kola for cancer

September 2002 (Vol. 13 Issue 6) /

Your book The Field proved beyond doubt that all living things can and do communicate by thought with each other no matter where they are in the world

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