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FEATURE Breathe easy this Christmas

December 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 9) /

'Tis the season for many respiratory ailments, but dr Harald Gaier has a stocking full of natural solutions

FEATURE 'How I beat my MRSA'

August 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 5) /

Thieves and goats came to Richard Jones's rescue when he contracted a severe case of MRSA

NEWS Superbugs found in New York's Hudson River

July 30th 2013

They thought it was only happening in the rivers of India-but scientists have now discovered antibiotic-resistant superbugs in the Hudson River around New York

FEATURE The BARF alternative

December 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 9) /

The bare facts on whether your dog should eat food in the rawConvinced that processed dog food was inappropriate and unhealthy, Ian Billinghurst, a small-animal veterinary surgeon based in Bathurst, New South Wales, began to ask himself a basic question: Should dogs be eating what their wolf and dog ancestors would have eaten? From this simple question, Billinghurst and his fellow Australian vet Tom Lonsdale went on to pioneer BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food), a radical departure from the canned food and kibble mainstay of the modern dog's fare harking back to a diet revolving around raw meaty bones

FEATURE Pet foods: the hidden hazards

January 2012 (Vol. 22 Issue 10)

Last month, two leading pet-food manufacturers were forced to recall large batches of their dry food products from stores and distribution outlets throughout the US after a number were discovered to have unacceptably high levels of mycotoxins, the toxic and potentially carcinogenic byproducts of mould

FEATURE Natural remedies for reflux

January 2012 (Vol. 22 Issue 10) /

If you suffer from gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD, or GERD in the US), you'll probably have been prescribed a proton pump inhibitor (PPI), a drug designed to stop the 'reflux'-the backflow of stomach acid up into the oesophagus-that characterizes the disorder

FEATURE Life after antibiotics

July 2011 (Vol. 22 Issue 4) /

The test results from the hospital's laboratory were worse than the doctors had even dared to fear

FEATURE Noni juice: Hype or hope?

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

The fruit of the Morinda citrifolia plant, better known as 'noni', has been a popular Polynesian folk remedy for more than 2000 years

FEATURE Irradiated food

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

America has experienced a spate of virulent cases of food poisoning over the past several years, and scientists are convinced that irradiation is the most effective way of ridding foods of the causal bacteria such as Salmonella and Escherichia coli

FEATURE The dangers of commercial milk

August 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 5) /

Raw milk is collected from farms daily or every other day and taken to dairies by tanker for processing

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