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Aspirin is supposed to help prevent heart disease-but once you have the condition, the drug can be fatal
A herb from Chinese medicine can reduce the life-threatening effects of chemo-therapy and also support the patient's immune system
Meditation can cut your risk of heart attack or stroke in half by reducing blood pressure, arterial thickening and cholesterol levels, a 'seminal' new study has discovered
Nuts are a great low-GI (glycaemic index) food-they don't cause your blood glucose and insulin levels to increase-that every diabetic should be snacking on, a new study has discovered
Doctors are still handing out drugs to some of their Parkinson's disease (PD) patients that worsen the condition and may even kill them
Many of the problems associated with growing old-including falls, unsteadiness and an increased risk of stroke-are the direct consequence of taking a prescription drug, and now, the SSRI antidepressants have been added to the list of culprits
Before it reaches its first birthday, a baby born in America will be given 26 inoculations as part of the most intensive vaccination programme in the world-and it is the least likely of any child born in a developed country to reach the age of one