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FEATURE Muscle cramps

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

Sudden spontaneous, painful, involuntary muscle contrac-tions of variable duration in almost any part of the body affect 95 per cent of people at one time or another, and will often recur within hours or days (Electro-encephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1957; 9: 139-47)

FEATURE SSRIs: It's not addiction, it's discontinuation syndrome

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

Hollywood celeb Lindsay Lohan's admission to a Los Angeles court last month that she's addicted to antidepressants reopens a contro-versy that the drugs industry has tried to keep under wraps for 30 years

NEWS Mobile phones cause tinnitus, new research discovers

August 5th 2010

While everyone has been worried about the possibility that mobile (cell) phones cause cancer, few realise that the devices are a major cause of tinnitus, the distressing hearing problem

FEATURE Muscle cramps

June 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 3) /

Sudden spontaneous, painful, involuntary muscle contrac-tions of variable duration in almost any part of the body affect 95 per cent of people at one time or another, and will often recur within hours or days (Electro-encephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1957; 9: 139-47)

FEATURE Ear candling

March 2010 (Vol. 20 Issue 12) /

I suffer from wax buildup in the earsand have heard that ear candling can help

FEATURE Minocycline

June 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 3) /

Acne pill Sebomin hit the headlines last month after a healthy 14-year-old boy died within hours of taking the drug (see wddty

FEATURE It's a killer, even it's makers say so

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Tamiflu (oseltamivir phos-phate)-the first-line pre-ventative against influenza and avian (bird) flu-can be a killer, its manufacturer Roche has finally been forced to admit

FEATURE Labyrinthitis

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

The suffix '-itis' denotes inflammation; yet, in this case, it's seldom evident and is unproven (Moxham J, Souhami RL

FEATURE Minieres disease

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Q) My partner has been suffering from dizziness, vertigo, nausea, occasional vomiting, headaches, lethargy, lack of concentration, tinnitus, and a feeling of pressure and fluctuating deafness in one ear for over a year now

NEWS Vertigo: The simple technique for stopping an attack

August 14th 2008

You may know what to do when someone is choking on a piece of food - but how should you give emergency help to someone who suffers a sudden attack of vertigo?Vertigo is a severe case of dizziness, and it's usually caused when calcium crystals in the inner ear break loose

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