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FEATURE Space age healing in your pocket

August 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 5)

This handheld device, created by the Soviets to heal cosmonauts while in space, is creating a revolution in pain treatment here on Earth. Cate Montana investigates

FEATURE The diet that starves cancer

August 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 5) /

For 90 years, we’ve known that cancer feeds on sugar. And now two nutritional and naturopathic experts propose a new diet to starve a tumour.

FEATURE ‘How I beat ulcerative colitis’ – A hands-on approach

August 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 5) /

After major surgery failed to fix her chronic bowel condition, Natasha Boojihawon was compelled to take her health into her own hands

FEATURE A fine balance – Exercise to regain your balance

August 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 5) /

The greatest cause of hip fractures and other injuries as you age is loss of the ability to balance. Movement expert Anat Baniel offers some simple exercises to recover the art of maintaining control

FEATURE Natural vs Medical - Acupuncture vs sleeping pills for insomnia

August 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 5) /

Should you swap sleeping pills for needles to get a good night’s sleep? Joanna Evans weighs up the evidence

FEATURE Of mice, but not men

August 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 5) /

Animal testing is usually the first step in assessing the safety and effectiveness of a new drug. But the results don’t always translate and often leave humans open to life-threatening reactions, even after the drug has been approved. Kathy Archibald, director of the Safer Medicines Campaign, argues for human-based testing.

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