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July 1994 (Vol. 5 Issue 4)

MagazineJuly 1994 (Vol. 5 Issue 4)

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FEATURE Would diluted gydrogen peroxide help angina?

In the questions section of WDDTY (vol 4 no 12), a reader says that her husband takes small amounts of hydrogen peroxide in water as part of a treatment for prostate cancer

FEATURE Reflexology promotes relief of tension and relaxation

After reading your Alternatives section on reflexology (Vol 4 No 12) I felt I should write to you about my personal findings as a reflexologist

FEATURE Pharmadrugs combined with chinese herbs spells disaster

Re your recent experience with the Chinese herbal combination Happy Wanderer, I wonder if you have seen the story about the 70 women in Brussels who took a Chinese herbal combination for slimming

FEATURE Protecting yourself

With so many possible sources of man-made EMFs, both inside and outside the home, to which no generation of human beings before us has ever been exposed, the best course of action is prudent avoidance

FEATURE Short takes

* Research has always linked Reye's syndrome a flu-like condition in the young which leads to nausea and vomiting to aspirin

FEATURE from short-sighted to long-sighted by laser surgery

Concerning your Q & A on laser eye surgery (Vol 4 No 10), you may be interested to know of the experience of a former colleague of mine

FEATURE Case study: The risk of steroids for asthma sufferers

My 22 year old daughter has been treated with steroids for her asthma for the past two years

FEATURE Tamoxifen

The breast cancer drug tamoxifen-marketed in the UK as Emblon, Noltam and Tamofen, and as Nolvadex in the US and the UK-has been enjoying some favourable press comment recently

FEATURE Power lines

New evidence from Sweden has convinced many authorities of links between household exposure to electromagnetic fields and leukemia

FEATURE Chinese herbalism

I am pleased that you've brought a point out about Chinese herbalism (Viewpoint, Vol 4 No 12)

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