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The humble lemon contains the key to natural anti-cancer effects that even boost chemoSince June 2011, a widely circulating e-mail from the US Institute of Health Sciences has been claiming that the humble lemon is "a miraculous product that kills cancer cells
'Tis the season to be drinking, but not as much as you've been told to, say Oxford scientistsAfter years of telling us that a few drinks a day is good for your heart, the medical profession and the government may have to drastically revise their suggested levels of ideal alcohol consump-tion now that new evidence has emerged showing that the current recommendations for safe drinking are well above the optimal level for minimizing disease
The bare facts on whether your dog should eat food in the rawConvinced that processed dog food was inappropriate and unhealthy, Ian Billinghurst, a small-animal veterinary surgeon based in Bathurst, New South Wales, began to ask himself a basic question: Should dogs be eating what their wolf and dog ancestors would have eaten? From this simple question, Billinghurst and his fellow Australian vet Tom Lonsdale went on to pioneer BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food), a radical departure from the canned food and kibble mainstay of the modern dog's fare harking back to a diet revolving around raw meaty bones