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September 2001 (Vol. 12 Issue 6)

MagazineSeptember 2001 (Vol. 12 Issue 6)

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FEATURE Taking your breath away

Some individuals dependent on inhalers and other breathing aids develop 'paradoxical' bronchospasm after they inhale their medication

FEATURE The insanity of rationalism

I kept my mouth uncharacteristically shut through the final months of the death watch, and I was going to let the dead lie in peace until a few weekends ago, when I read some reviews of John Diamond's posthumous book, Snak

FEATURE What are vaccines made of?

A number of excipients are used in the production of vaccines

FEATURE Nutrient losses from prescribed drugs-part two

Last month, we examined prescribed and herbal diuretics which can deplete your body of vital vitamins, minerals or other nutrients

FEATURE Gmo risks

Recently, concerns have been expressed that some excipients in nutriceuticals could carry extra dangers for consumers namely, the largely unquantifiable risks from genetically modified (GM) ingredients

FEATURE Birthday message from a wise witch

After years of my borrowing other people's copies of WDDTY to read, a friend paid for my subscription for a year as a birthday present

FEATURE Shorts

* Age related macular degeneration is increasing in the developed countries

FEATURE Drugs may have triggered lupus

In one of your issues, you cited the antibiotic Minocin as being linked to triggering autoimmune illness, namely, lupus

FEATURE Watch out for dyes and colorants

There are currently more than 100 dyes and colouring agents approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in pharmaceutical preparations (Med Toxicol, 1988; 3: 128-65)

FEATURE Drug additives

Most of the so called inactive ingredients added to food and drugs to make them more appealing can have as many side effects as drugs themselves

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