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NEWS The number of moles on your arm reveals your melanoma risk

October 20th 2015

Wonder what your risk is for melanoma, or skin cancer? Just count the number of moles you have on your right arm to discover your chances

FEATURE How I beat skin cancer with herbs

May 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 2) /

When railway ticket inspector Dave Kelly developed a large tumour on his back, he decided to try Black Salve-despite dire warnings that it could cause him permanent harm

FEATURE 18 golden rules to good health

February 2015 (Vol. 25 Issue 11) /

Your essential guide to the health advice that really matters

FEATURE Ain't no sunshine

November 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 8) /

A lack of vitamin D could lead to sudden infant death syndrome and wide-ranging health problems in children, says Joanna Evans

FEATURE Ending the yo-yo diet syndrome

July 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 4) /

It's not calories-it's your 'fat hormones'that may be keeping you fat, says Lynne McTaggart

NEWS Sunshine protects against heart disease

January 21st 2014

As we've been saying for years, sunshine is good for you

FEATURE How not to get cancer

December 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 9) /

An at-a-glance guide to the American Institute for CancerResearch's strategies

NEWS Resveratrol in red wine helps beat cancer

October 16th 2013

If you're having radiation therapy for your cancer, drink a glass of red wine first

NEWS Sunscreens can trigger skin cancer, scientists confirm

September 30th 2013

Far from protecting us, common sunscreens can cause skin cancer when they are exposed to the sun's rays

FEATURE Be wrinkle-free naturally

September 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 6)

There's loads you can do to minimize lines on your face without resortingto Botox

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