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June 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 3)

MagazineJune 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 3)

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FEATURE Healing Magnets

Magnetic devices-from bands and bracelets to leg wraps and shoe inserts-are used by thousands of people worldwide, thanks to a multimillion-pound industry that claims they can cure a laundry list of ailments, especially pain

FEATURE The everyday benefits of squats

The squat is one of the seven important Primal Pattern(R) move-ments, which are the keys to optimal human function

FEATURE Mobile phones: the tipping point

Mobile phones almost definitely cause cancer-and especially brain tumours-after 10 years of consistent usage

FEATURE DETOX

According to the sceptics and 'quackbusters', the entire rat-ionale for detox-the idea that the body accumulates toxins and needs help in removing them-is a myth

FEATURE Muscle cramps

Sudden spontaneous, painful, involuntary muscle contrac-tions of variable duration in almost any part of the body affect 95 per cent of people at one time or another, and will often recur within hours or days (Electro-encephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1957; 9: 139-47)

FEATURE Group therapy

Conventional wisdom has it that being a joiner-belonging to lots of social groups-is bad for you because it overcomplicates your life, causing unnecessary stress

FEATURE Thyroid problems: never say forever

Medicine just doesn't seem to be able to get it right when it comes to thyroid problems, and especially hypothyroidism, when we become sluggish and overweight because of an underactive thyroid gland

FEATURE Depression: Isolation could be key

Depression is likely to become the world's most prevalent chronic disease by 2020, according to the World Health Organization (WHO)

FEATURE Turning negatives into positives

At a conference in 1990, biol-ogist Bruce Lipton was sharing the podium with Rob Williams, who'd developed PSYCH-K(R), a therapy that Williams claimed could change longstanding and limiting beliefs (such as 'I'm not good at math') in a matter of minutes

FEATURE Colloidal silver: Magic bullet or snake oil?

Silver scienceSilver was the antimicrobial of choice before the introduction of antibiotics (Surg Infect [Larchmt], 2009; 10: 289-92)

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