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FEATURE Protecting yourself against radiation

April 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 1)

If you must continue to use a microwave oven

FEATURE Where did it start?

April 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 1)

Some believe that microwave ovens were developed during World War II by the Germans to enable easy food production in their submarines; others say that the same scientists developed them to support mobile operations during the invasion of the Soviet Union


April 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 1)

There seems to be growing interest in Ticlid (ticlopidine hydrochloride) which is designed to reduce the risk of stroke among patients at risk

FEATURE Scientifically proven alternatives to conventional medicine

April 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 1) /

Many people with cancer undergoing orthodox treatment dread the litany of severe side effects arising with chemotherapy or radiotherapy

FEATURE How un-green was my tally

April 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 1)

I am 52 and have food intolerances, and in recent months have started to react to chemicals (aftershave, perfume, bleach, candles, paint, varnish, etc)

FEATURE How a microwaves oven works

April 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 1)

A microwave oven uses a device called a magnetron tube, which causes an electron beam to oscillate at very high frequencies, producing microwave (MW) radiation

FEATURE Do not heat milk in a microwave oven

April 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 1)

Heating or thawing human milk by microwave causes a decrease in the level of anti infective factors in the milk, even when low temperatures (20-53!C) are used (Pediatrics, 1992; 89: 667-9)

FEATURE Microwave ovens

April 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 1)

Ten year old evidence, suppressed by the Swiss courts, shows that food from a microwave can cause worrying changes in your blood

FEATURE Straightening teeth naturally

April 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 1)

Our 15 year old daughter was referred two years ago by our dentist to a leading orthodontist as we were told that failure to 'straighten' her teeth would result in future misalignment

FEATURE Cold sores

April 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 1) /

Q-This time of year I seem to suffer endlessly from cold sores

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