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Parsley and dill could be the new safer chemo, say Russian scientists image

NEWS Parsley and dill could be the new safer chemo, say Russian scientists

July 27th 2016

Compounds found in parsley and dill can fight cancer and could be a natural, and safer, alternative to chemotherapy, say Russian scientists. The compounds are the building blocks of an isoflavone that naturally blocks the rapid division of cancer cells.

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NEWS The 10 ways you can avoid stroke

July 27th 2016 /

Stroke is the second major killer in the world—and it’s also the most avoidable. There are 10 simple things that can eliminate up to 90 per cent of all cases, researchers say.

Is coffee good or bad for us? It’s neutral image

NEWS Is coffee good or bad for us? It’s neutral

July 27th 2016

One week we’re told that coffee is good for us, the next it’s bad. Tired of this flip-flopping health advice, researchers have reviewed 1,277 studies published from the mid-1970s—and discovered that drinking three to four cups a day has a neutral effect on our health, but may be mildly beneficial.

Turn that light off to slow effects of ageing image

NEWS Turn that light off to slow effects of ageing

July 22nd 2016 /

Artificial light in our homes and offices could be an unsuspected cause of diseases ‘of ageing’—such as osteoporosis and muscle loss—that affect our ability to stand and walk. The good news is that the symptoms can be reversed if we spend more time with the lights off when it gets dark.

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NEWS More cannabis, fewer prescription drugs

July 22nd 2016 /

It may be controversial, but the decision by several states in the US to legalise the use of cannabis for medicinal purposes has resulted in fewer pharmaceutical drugs being prescribed.

Pregnant women do need nutritional supplements, says advisory group image

NEWS Pregnant women do need nutritional supplements, says advisory group

July 22nd 2016 /

Researchers who say pregnant women won’t get any benefit from taking mineral and vitamin supplements don’t understand nutrition or diet, a leading dietitian says.

Women ‘damaged’ by HPV vaccines sue manufacturers and government image

NEWS Women ‘damaged’ by HPV vaccines sue manufacturers and government

July 20th 2016

A group of 64 Japanese women are suing their government and two drug companies for suffering serious and long-term adverse reactions to the HPV vaccine. The women, who have an average age of 18, were vaccinated with the Gardasil or Cervarix vaccines, which are designed to protect against cervical cancer, when they were 11 years or older.

Key to rheumatoid arthritis could be in the gut image

NEWS Key to rheumatoid arthritis could be in the gut

July 20th 2016

All disease begins in the gut, said Hippocrates—and scientists have this week confirmed that rheumatoid arthritis is on the list. Bacteria in the gut are a predictor of the disease, they determine the severity and frequency of symptoms, and they could even help treat or prevent it.

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NEWS Fruit and veg make you happier too

July 20th 2016

We all get it: fruit and vegetables are good for us. They reduce our chances of heart disease and cancer, and may even help us live longer—and now scientists reckon they make us happier too.

New prostate cancer ‘wonder drug’ not so wonderful after all image

NEWS New prostate cancer ‘wonder drug’ not so wonderful after all

July 18th 2016 /

It was the great new wonder drug for advanced prostate cancer. It was approved by America’s drug regulator, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in April—and just two months later an independent research group has discovered that cabozantinib, marketed as Cabometyx, is no better than existing products on the market.

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