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What Doctors Don't Tell You

Welcome to the WDDTY Podcast

Our brand-new podcast is available for you to listen in the car, commuting to work or while you're out walking the dog.

In each bimonthly 30-minute episode, you'll discover the latest healthcare news, alongside information on complementary therapies and alternative medicines. We aim to bring our readers world-leading research and ground-breaking news. Our hallmark has always been in-depth research, and hard-won information of a quality that can change lives for the better.

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Episode #40

In their latest podcast, WDDTY editors Lynne McTaggart and Bryan Hubbard explain why vitamin E is the best thing to take immediately after a heart attack. It's probably the best thing to take as no drug has the same protective effects, new research suggests. A heart attack isn't always sudden. Sometimes it can be gradual, happening over several hours—but it can be just as lethal. A 'brain supplement' could help schizophrenics. In an evidence-based study, Sarcosine has been described as a "logical treatment" because it helps restore brain functioning often damaged in schizophrenia. How long should we breastfeed? If our ancestors are anything to go by, it should be for far longer than we're currently doing. Early ancestors breastfed their infants for longer periods than their contemporary relatives. Parkinson's disease is usually thought of as a disease of the brain—but new research suggests that it starts in the gut, as so many other chronic problems seem to do.

Finally, they reveal that around 20 per cent of recently retired people are taking an average of five pharmaceuticals a day—and by the time they reach the age of 85, this will have risen to eight drugs.

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