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NEWS Lactose intolerance protects against three cancers

November 6th 2014

Every cloud...people who are lactose-intolerant are less likely to suffer from lung, breast and ovarian cancers, which suggests that milk and other dairy products may have some connection to cancer

FEATURE Food intolerance

October 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 7) /

Dr Carole Kelly wasill all the time, but never suspected it was all down to a milk allergy thatalmost ruined her medical career

FEATURE Lactose intolerance

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Given its wholesome image, have you ever wondered how good cow's milk really is for you? One of its com-ponents is milk sugar, or lactose, and lactose intolerance is the inability to break lactose down, either because the required enzyme lactase is lacking or its availability is substantially diminished

FEATURE IBS: Is yoghurt a solution?

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), characterized by bloating, diarrhoea, constipation and abdominal pain, is one of the most common afflictions in the West, affecting up to 25 per cent of the population

SITE EXCLUSIVE Milk Substitutes

June 5th 2007

How do dairy-free drinks measure up in everyday use?

FEATURE When miracles are almost routine

February 2006 (Vol. 16 Issue 11) /

It was headline news when, in mid-November of this year, the British press announced that Andrew Stimpson, a 25-year-old with AIDS, had apparently been cured

FEATURE When miracles are almost routine

February 2006 (Vol. 16 Issue 11)

Wright had a generalized far-advanced malignancy with huge tumor masses the size of oranges, in the neck, underarms, groin, chest and abdomen

FEATURE Avian flu: strictly for the birds

January 2006 (Vol. 16 Issue 10) /

W e are all in the grip of avian-flu hysteria

FEATURE Avian flu: strictly for the birds

January 2006 (Vol. 16 Issue 10) /

W e are all in the grip of avian-flu hysteria

FEATURE Avian flu epidemic by hysteria

January 2006 (Vol. 16 Issue 10)

McEvedy first became aware of hysteria-triggered epidemics while working at the Royal Free Hospital in London in 1955

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