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NEWS Cheers! A glass of wine boosts the immune system

December 19th 2013

If you're feeling a little guilty about drinking too much this festive season, take heart from a new piece of research: one glass or two of wine a night is good for you and helps boost the immune system

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 When Cancer just goes away

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Most of us accept the standard medical view that around one in three of us will develop cancer at some time in our life

FEATURE Natural ways to prevent travellers' troubles

September 2004 (Vol. 15 Issue 6) /

While travellers often worry about serious diseases such as hepatitis, cholera and malaria, studies show that the risk of catching a virulent disease during a one-month stay in a developing country is remarkably small - around 0


September 2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 6) /

Summer's here, and with many of you heading to some far-flung corner of the world, the Food and Drug Administration, America's drugs regulator, has conveniently issued a special warning about Lariam, the antimalarial drug


August 1st 2003

* NHS lacks allergy expertiseMore than 80 per cent of respondents to a British survey regard the National Health Service as having 'poor' provisions for treating allergies

NEWS Smallpox transmission likely after vaccination

December 1st 2002

Researchers studying the possible health risks that could result from the resumption of smallpox vaccinations for the general public say an increased number of newly vaccinated people will be transmitting the virus to others

FEATURE Severe eczema new reaction to smallpox jab

July 2002 (Vol. 13 Issue 4)

Severe eczema can now be added to the range of side-effects caused by the smallpox vaccine

FEATURE How harvey got his hearing back

November 2001 (Vol. 12 Issue 8) /

Palmer discovered a healing profession based on the concept that health comes from within

FEATURE A drug for all reasons

June 1995 (Vol. 6 Issue 3) /

Multiple prescriptions are often used as shortcuts or as devices to avoid responsibility for establishing an accurate diagnosis

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