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NEWS Low back pain is common—but medicine has few answers

April 12th 2017 /

Low back pain is one of the most common ailments, and half of those afflicted suffer with it their entire adult lives—but conventional medicine has no real answer.

NEWS Ombudsman investigates 'flawed' homeopathic study that claimed it doesn't work

April 10th 2017

A major and influential review of homeopathy concluded that the controversial therapy doesn't work—but it was so riddled with error and bad science that it's sparked an official ombudsman investigation.

NEWS Statins raise type 2 diabetes risk by 60 per cent

April 10th 2017 /

Cholesterol-lowering statins do raise the risk of type 2 diabetes, a major new review has confirmed. The risk can rise by as much as 60 per cent depending on the drug being taken.

NEWS The family pet reduces your child's risk of allergies

April 10th 2017

If you have a family pet in the home, your children are less likely to suffer from allergies—such as asthma—and they even reduce their chances of becoming obese.

NEWS Vaccines linked to neurological problems such as ADHD and OCD, scientists confirm

April 5th 2017

Vaccines such as the MMR (measles-mumps-rubella), and especially the annual flu shot, are linked to a range of neuro-psychiatric conditions, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), ADHD, bipolar and major depression, a new study has discovered.

NEWS Hypothyroidism drug isn't working, study finds

April 5th 2017

The standard drug for a mild underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism) doesn't work. Although it's routinely prescribed, levothyroxine is not effective when the condition is sub-clinical, or when there are no obvious symptoms.

NEWS Ban 'safe' pesticide linked to cancer and liver disease, says campaign group

April 5th 2017 /

Up to 30 per cent of mass-produced bread contains glyphosate, the 'safe' weedkiller that has been linked to cancer and liver disease—and now a major initiative is calling for the complete ban of the pesticide across the European Union.

NEWS Homeopathy escapes the NHS cuts

April 3rd 2017

Despite a relentless campaign by doctors, medical regulators and internet trolls, homeopathic remedies will continue to be made available on the UK's National Health Service (NHS).

NEWS Fat-soluble vitamins make antibiotics effective against the superbugs

April 3rd 2017 /

Fat-soluble vitamins can make antibiotics effective against superbugs, so-named because they have become resistant to the drugs.

NEWS Indigestion remedies increase risk of recurring stomach bug infection

April 3rd 2017

Over-the-counter remedies for indigestion and stomach acid increase the risk of recurring Clostridium difficile infection, which can cause a range of gut problems from diarrhea to life-threatening inflammation of the colon.

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