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Sticky plaques don’t cause Alzheimer’s—they’re protecting the brain image

NEWS Sticky plaques don’t cause Alzheimer’s—they’re protecting the brain

May 31st 2016

Sticky plaques—which medicine has believed cause Alzheimer’s disease and dementia—are actually protecting the brain after infection, new research has found. This means that Alzheimer’s drug therapy for the past 30 years has been wrong.

Diet drinks can make you fat image

NEWS Diet drinks can make you fat

May 31st 2016 /

Diet drinks and foods can have the reverse effect—and make someone put on extra weight. Aspartame, the artificial sweetener used in diet products, can also cause type 2 diabetes, a new study has discovered.

Fasting could reverse worst effects of MS image

NEWS Fasting could reverse worst effects of MS

May 31st 2016

Fasting seems to be the key to reversing a number of chronic diseases, even including cancer—and now multiple sclerosis (MS) could be added to the list.

Salt isn’t bad for the heart—it prevents heart attacks and stroke image

NEWS Salt isn’t bad for the heart—it prevents heart attacks and stroke

May 25th 2016 /

Eating salt is bad for our heart, right? Wrong. Despite all the public health warnings, the very reverse seems to be true—salt could prevent a heart attack and stroke. Only people with high blood pressure (hypertension) need to mind their salt intake, say researchers.

Acupuncture reduces night sweats in menopausal women, say doctors image

NEWS Acupuncture reduces night sweats in menopausal women, say doctors

May 25th 2016

Acupuncture can reduce hot flashes and night sweats in women going through the menopause, doctors have confirmed.

Family doctors prescribe Chinese herbs in first major trial image

NEWS Family doctors prescribe Chinese herbs in first major trial

May 25th 2016

Family doctors in the UK are starting to hand out Chinese herbal medicine to women with persistent urinary tract infections (UTIs) as part of a major review of the therapy.

Low-fat diet advice one of the biggest blunders in modern medicine, says charity image

NEWS Low-fat diet advice one of the biggest blunders in modern medicine, says charity

May 23rd 2016 /

Official health advice to follow a low-fat diet is one of the biggest mistakes in modern medical history, partly fuelled by commercial interests, a major charity group has claimed. The diet, based on flawed science, has escalated the epidemic of obesity, diabetes and heart disease, the very things it was designed to prevent.

Keyhole hip surgery fails in 35 per cent of cases image

NEWS Keyhole hip surgery fails in 35 per cent of cases

May 23rd 2016

People who have hip pain usually choose to have keyhole surgery—but 35 per cent of procedures fail, and a complete hip replacement is eventually needed, a new study has found.

The five foods that can beat inflammation image

NEWS The five foods that can beat inflammation

May 23rd 2016 /

Inflammation is recognised as playing a big part in many chronic health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and some cancers—and now scientists have come up with five foods that can prevent it, and even reverse the process once it’s started.

Potatoes aren’t part of your five-a-day: they increase blood pressure image

NEWS Potatoes aren’t part of your five-a-day: they increase blood pressure

May 18th 2016

If you think potatoes can be part of your five-a-day (or seven-a-day if you’re serious), think again. Eating them four times a week increases your chances of developing hypertension, or raised blood pressure, a new study has found.

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