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FEATURE Breathe easy this Christmas

2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 9) /

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

NEWS Antibiotics failing in up to 50 per cent of patients

September 30th 2014 /

One in six courses of antibiotics fails to treat infections - and sometimes it's as bad as one out of every two - suggesting the age of the 'superbug' is getting ever closer

FEATURE Drugs that persist in the body

2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 7) /

What if yesterday you took a Voltarol (diclofenac) dispersible tablet to ease your joint pains and then, today, you visit your GP and are prescribed an anti-bacterial for your acute tonsillitis

FEATURE Geographic Tongue

2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 2)

A reader is keen for any thoughts and suggestions from readers on geographic tongue, which he's been suffering from for the past two years

FEATURE Meningitis c vaccine reactions common in practice

2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 8) /

FL's sad case only reaffirms what I have been experiencing through my practice

FEATURE Wrecked by fluoride

1999 (Vol. 10 Issue 4)

Iam horrified that the water supplies in inner city areas like Glasgow may be fluoridated

FEATURE Possible drug connection

1995 (Vol. 5 Issue 10) /

Diabetes has always been considered hereditary

FEATURE Case files of young diabetics

1995 (Vol. 5 Issue 10) /

Benjamin received 19 courses of antibiotics before being diagnosed as diabetic at age eight

FEATURE High price of equality

1994 (Vol. 4 Issue 11) /

Two recently released studies which crossed my desk this month make a telling statement about the way that the West has chosen to care for small children in the late Twentieth century

FEATURE Psoriasis

1993 (Vol. 4 Issue 4) /

Frustrated in its attempt to cure this puzzling complaint, medicine reaches for ever more potent concoctions from cancer drugs to those for organ transplants

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