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Young and pregnant women are being warned not to take the epilepsy drug valproate—marketed as Epilim, Depakine, Depakote and Stavzor—because it's likely to cause birth defects in the newborn. 'Serious malformations' have been reported in up to 4,100 children born in France alone.
Low back pain is one of the most common ailments, and half of those afflicted suffer with it their entire adult lives—but conventional medicine has no real answer.
Fat-soluble vitamins can make antibiotics effective against superbugs, so-named because they have become resistant to the drugs.
Vaxxed, the film about the US government cover up of the link between the MMR vaccine and autism, made it to the UK—under much media fire.
Doctors are routinely prescribing a drug to treat overactive bladder that can trigger dementia. The drug, Ditropan (oxybutynin), is given to around a quarter of elderly patients with the problem in the US, even though safer options are available.
Type 2 diabetes doesn't have to be a life sentence—it can be reversed in just four months by cutting back on the food we eat, researchers have discovered.