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FEATURE Bigger than genes

December 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 9) /

New work by scientists on epigenetics shows that the true master switch to your genes and your health is a little-known process called methylation

FEATURE Growing pains

September 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 6) /

Before you spray your lawn or garden with fertilizer or pesticides this month, consider what they might be doing to your healthThe weed killers and insecticides we spray on farm crops, parks and verges, and our rose bushes, can cause cancer-especially leukaemia in children, brain tumours and prostate cancer-as well as birth defects and arterial damage, independent scientists have established

FEATURE Babies on ice

February 2013 (Vol. 23 Issue 11) /

Freezing eggs and test-tube conception is a marvel of high-tech wizardry, but it carries loads of hidden risks, and there are safer and more natural ways to overcome miscarriage or infertility

FEATURE Test-tube baby blues

January 2013 (Vol. 23 Issue 10) /

Manywomen embarking on IVF become depressed when it doesn't work, but the medicalsolution-antidepressants-is linked to problem pregnancies and even birthdefects

NEWS SSRI antidepressants cause miscarriage and preterm birth

November 5th 2012 /

Pregnant women often suffer from depression-but they shouldn't be given an SSRI antidepressant

NEWS Doctors trigger miscarriage and stillbirths by giving dangerous drugs to pregnant women

September 17th 2012 /

Doctors are going against drug company warnings by handing out pharmaceuticals to pregnant women that can cause a miscarriage or stillbirth

FEATURE Prozac for the Internet addict

September 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 6) /

Internet addiction is about to become a new psychological disorder that apparently leads to depression-and one that can be treated with psychotropic drugs

FEATURE Baby-making timebomb

June 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 3) /

2012Children born to women who took fertility drugs to get pregnant are more than twice as likely to develop leukaemia, according to new research from France

FEATURE BPA for dinner

November 2011 (Vol. 22 Issue 8) /

The hormone-disrupting plastics chemical bisphenol A (BPA) is lurking in popular canned foods being marketed to children, according to a new US report

NEWS Public water could be cause of Alzheimer's and miscarriage

October 25th 2011 /

Disinfectants in public water could be a cause of neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's, scientists say

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