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Medicine is even more dangerous than we all thought. Around one-third of serious side effects to drugs and surgery are not being recorded in medical trials, a major review has discovered.
While thousands of people are still prescribed pharmaceuticals for many different ailments, there is a natural solution that is bringing many people drastic relief from a wide range of diseases, conditions, and symptoms. A phytocannabinoid produced by hemp and cannabis called Cannabidiol aka CBD has gained much attention around the world in recent years.
Antibiotics aren't always the complete cure-all for Lyme disease. Around 10 per cent of people who are supposedly cured go on to suffer chronic and life-destroying fatigue and 'brain fog', researchers have discovered.
High blood pressure (hypertension) could be a symptom of zinc deficiency—and taking zinc supplements may be all that's needed to normalise levels, researchers have discovered.
Taking an aspirin a day to prevent heart disease or a stroke is not worth it. Any benefits are far outweighed by the risks that it may trigger life-threatening bleeding, a new study has concluded.
A group of scientists and doctors is renewing its campaign to delay the roll-out of the new 5G mobile (cell) phone network after new studies have revealed more potential health hazards.
Despite the stark warnings about the rise of the superbugs, doctors are still prescribing antibiotics inappropriately.