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Perhaps it's not all bad news for alternative medicine
Does the decaffeinating process make drinks unsafe to drink? Yes, they aren't great because the process involves the use of solvents, the residues of which are more toxic than the caffeine it is removing, explains a spokesman from Clipper, which supplies organic teas
Many people we know seem to have wheat or gluten intolerance (although fewer have a full-blown allergy), but if you talk to doctors, you'd think that almost nobody had it
we bet St John's wort (Hypericum) will soon be banned in virtually every country in the West before too long
It's quite extraordinary how procedures in hospitals get adopted
We've landed a live, exclusive interview with a top official at the UK's Department of Health following its decision to launch a new five-in-one vaccine next month