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FEATURE The unlucky odds of prostate treatment

April 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 1)

A survey of internet chat rooms where men discuss life after prostate cancer treatment is a surprising glimpse into the rarely discussed world of eviscerated masculinity. Men describe rituals of devices, pills and injections they undertake before attempting sex. Some have given up trying. They discuss embarrassing dribbles, diapers and bed pads.

FEATURE Natural born superbug killers

March 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 12) /

Dr Harald Gaier's favourite superherb can cure all manner of conditions, including superbug infections, as he discovered when he himself got MRSA

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 Matter over mind: The strange case of the ME study

October 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 7)

Some doctors still believe that CFS/ME is mostly in the mind, a view that was supported by the influential PACE study. Now the researchers have been forced to reveal that they had inflated the figures

NEWS One type of rye bread the IBS sufferer can tolerate, say researchers

August 2nd 2016

Some good news for IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) sufferers: you should be able to eat a modified form of rye bread without suffering the usual symptoms, say researchers this week.

NEWS They’re not in the head: IBS and chronic fatigue start with infection

April 28th 2016

They’re not ‘all in the head’: chronic problems like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), chronic fatigue and anorexia nervosa could all have started with an infection, researchers believe.

NEWS IBS symptoms worse with low levels of vitamin D

January 4th 2016

Most IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) sufferers are low in vitamin D, and those with the lowest levels also suffer the worst symptoms that can make it impossible to lead a normal life

FEATURE Gluten for punishment

September 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 6) /

It's trendy to be gluten-intolerant-but science is discovering it's much more than a fad, and it could have to do with the way the modern loaf is made

FEATURE Gluten for punishment

September 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 6) /

It's trendy to be gluten-intolerant-but science is discovering it's much more than a fad, and it could have to do with the way the modern loaf is made

FEATURE How I beat Crohn's disease

August 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 5) /

Nutritional therapist Karen Ward describes herself as a 'Duracell Bunny'

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