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Cognitive decline is not an inevitable part of ageing. Your brain can renew itself at any age, as noted psychologist Brant Cortright reports.
When Beth Greer was diagnosed with a 5-cm tumour, she decided to shun surgery in favour of ‘back-to-basics’ diet and lifestyle changes—with remarkable results.
There’s a pill for every mental and psychological ill—from schizophrenia, depression, anxiety and hyperactivity. The trouble is, say two leading psychologists, they don’t work.
A faulty housekeeping system in our cells may lie at the root of all cancers, argues noted health freedom advocate Ty Bollinger—and here’s how to fix it.
No one knows how the five-second rule for dropped food came into being—but new research suggests that once food has hit the floor, it should be binned
Medical innovators have discovered the power of a natural ‘clean’ fat to replace our body’s ‘dirty fats’ filled with environmental pollutants and heavy metals. Cate Montana investigates.