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If you live in the UK, you're probably aware of the move to reduce the number of caesarean sections being performed
NICE isn't supposed to be, not to pharmaceutical companies, at least
The British media has been enjoying a feeding frenzy over a report that suggests 'minerals and vitamins can cause cancer and liver damage' (The Times), that people are 'poisoning themselves' (Sunday Times), and that their health could be 'irreversibly damaged' (Daily Telegraph)
Regular readers of health scares and breakthroughs may feel confused, if not schizophrenic
Maybe it's something to do with being human, but we seem to be on an eternal quest for the magical cure-all, the one elixir that will banish disease forever