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Dr Harald Gaier explodes 13 common pieces of advice routinely given out at the doctor's surgeryI receive lots of letters from readers asking for a 'second opinion' on minor issues after they've been given advice or instructions by their GP or Practice Nurse
Before you spray your lawn or garden with fertilizer or pesticides this month, consider what they might be doing to your healthThe weed killers and insecticides we spray on farm crops, parks and verges, and our rose bushes, can cause cancer-especially leukaemia in children, brain tumours and prostate cancer-as well as birth defects and arterial damage, independent scientists have established
When scientist Kate O'Riordan developed chronic fatigue, she had to embrace everything alternative before she found a cure for her 'incurable' problemIf you go to your doctor and complain that you're feeling tired all the time, a few things might happen
Dr Sarah Myhill, who has spent 30 years studying the causes of most modern degenerative diseases, offers a blueprint of early symptoms to help you catch disease earlyFive years of medical school followed by a year of hospital jobs does little to prepare a doctor for the real world