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November 1994 (Vol. 5 Issue 8)

MagazineNovember 1994 (Vol. 5 Issue 8)

This issue

FEATURE Keyhole surgery

Recently, minimally invasive, or keyhole, surgery (laparoscopy see

FEATURE A little massage

The latest example of medical double speak concerns the contraceptive pill


Many doctors used outmoded types of surgery for hernias, hand over this complicated operation to inexperienced juniors or experiment with new, untried techniques

FEATURE Slimming

Dieting is one area where herbs have been widely used not always judiciously

FEATURE Before you submit to surgery. . .

Be absolutely sure that you are properly diagnosed as actually having a

FEATURE Problems of powerlines

The power line article states that there is a "significant increased risk at 200-300 nanotesla"

FEATURE Banned powerlines in schools and council housing in Solihull

Well done for the article on power lines causing leukemia


Zantac (ranitidine), the ulcer drug, is one of the world's top bestsellers

FEATURE Case study: The risks of childhood vaccinations

My daughter is six years old and has chronic asthma

FEATURE Des: making amends

A generation ago, doctors all over the world handed out a drug to women that they said would prevent miscarriage

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