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NEWS Landmark ruling for woman suffering electro-sensitivity from mobiles, wi-fi

September 3rd 2015

A French woman has won a legal battle for disability payments after she said that her electro-sensitivity to radiation from mobile phones and wi-fi networks had made her incapable of working

NEWS Antidepressants can cause fatal heart problems in arthritis patients

July 14th 2015 /

Anti-histamine drugs and antidepressants can cause life-threatening heart problems in people with auto-immune health problems such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis

FEATURE True detective

July 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 4) /

Wendy Anderson had all the classic symptoms of Lyme disease, yet doctors repeatedly dismissed them

FEATURE Exercise-induced asthma

June 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 3) /

QMy 12-year-old grandson suffers from exercise-induced asthma, but is otherwise healthy

FEATURE Getting whipped into shape

April 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 1) /

The aftershocks of whiplashcan be psychological as well as physical, but osteopathy can handle both, saysDr Harald Gaier

NEWS Four warning signs of a heart attack happen up to a month before

November 25th 2013

A sudden heart attack may not be quite so sudden after all; in fact, more than half the people who suffer an attack have had one of four warning signs up to a month beforehand

FEATURE Fluoride's fall guys

October 2011 (Vol. 22 Issue 7) /

Local councils in the UK are being given new powers that will allow them to fluoridate their local public water supply-but they could face claims for damages if they go ahead

FEATURE Anxiety: the heart of the matter

June 2011 (Vol. 22 Issue 3) /

If you're one of the millions of people worldwide suffering with an anxiety disorder, you could be at an increased risk of heart disease and heart-related death, according to two recent studies

NEWS Coffee keeps the heart beating normally

March 10th 2010

Coffee drinking often gets a bad press - but it seems to keep the heart beating properly, a new study suggests

FEATURE On the rebound

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Townsend Letter for Doc-tors and Patients column-ist Morton Walker once referred to rebounding as 'lymphatic exercise'

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