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July 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 4)

MagazineJuly 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 4)

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FEATURE Smoking

Aside from being the leading cause of lung cancer, smoking may also increase the risk of suicide

FEATURE Cot death

Cot deaths could be due to geopathic stress (GS), says Joseph Hattersley, a medical researcher and WDDTY contributor

FEATURE Staving off the inevitable

Memory loss is something we all fear as we age

FEATURE Staving off old age memory decline

A MacArthur Foundation study found that keeping close contacts with others and remaining involved in other people's lives predicted successful ageing (Kahn RL, Rowe JW

FEATURE Cancer trial cure was probably pycnogenol cancer trial cure was proba

I would like to inform you and your readers of another alternative cancer treatment I have recently heard about

FEATURE So you think you need . . . an episiotomy

Since the middle of the 18th century, when episiotomy was first introduced, the practice of artificially widening the vaginal opening by cutting into the perineum (the skin and tissue lying between the vulva and the anus) has become more and more popular

FEATURE Over-the-counter sleeping pills

Insomnia may seem like a minor complaint, but it can have debilitating effects

FEATURE The gi load is important for those with diabetes

In your report The Secrets of Longevity (2004), you fail to mention the importance of the GI load [GI times the grammes of carbs per serving, divided by 100]

FEATURE Hospital horrors make me hope i never have to go

I'd just like to tell you a little about some of my experiences working as a complementary therapist in my own practice, and also part-time in an intensive care unit at The Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, where I have been employed for 16 years

FEATURE There's a support group for electrosensitives

Re Tony Edwards' special report on electro-pollution (WDDTY vol 16 no 1), I would like to inform readers that there is a support group for electrosensitive people called Circuit

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