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NEWS30 million Americans suddenly have high blood pressure as threshold shifts overnight

November 15th 2017

Around half of all adults have blood pressure levels that have suddenly become dangerously high over...

NEWSEFT 'safe therapy' for army veterans with PTSD

August 10th 2017

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), the 'tapping solution', could soon be one of the standard treatme...

NEWSSoldiers with early signs of PTSD helped by tapping therapy

April 19th 2017

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)—often described as psychological acupressure—can help protect ...

NEWSVets learn how to use acupuncture

March 29th 2017

Vets in Switzerland are being trained to use acupuncture on a herd of cows. It's part of a wider programme that will see more alternative therapi...

NEWSSafe salt levels are double those of current guidelines, say experts

February 15th 2017

Health warnings about salt have been overdone, an influential expert panel has concluded. The real s...

NEWSIn pain or depressed? Acupuncture super-charges conventional treatments

February 1st 2017 in Drugs

If you’re suffering from chronic pain or depression, consider a course of acupuncture—it can super-charge any conventional medication you’re taking, researchers have discovered.

NEWSBaby stop crying—and acupuncture might just help

January 25th 2017

Acupuncture could be an effective therapy against colic—or excessive crying—in babies. It signif...

NEWSDoctors ignore a patient’s best healing agent—friends and family

January 4th 2017

Doctors are ignoring one of the most powerful healing agents around—the patient’s own network of...

NEWSAcupuncture can halve rate of hot flashes for women going through the menopause

October 3rd 2016

The rate of flashes and night sweats went down after three or four treatments in half the women bein...

NEWSSudden rise in blood pressure doesn’t mean you’re about to have a heart attack, say doctors

July 11th 2016

A sudden rise in blood pressure doesn’t mean you’re about to have a heart attack unless you’re...


FEATUREHealed from head to toe

September 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 6) in Diabetes, Drugs

Here are WDDTY's nine best ways to beat a case of gout

FEATURE'How I beat alopecia'

June 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 3) in Diseases, Drugs, Health Success Stories, How I Beat

Carmel Twomey was horrified when she lost all her hair at the age of 46. But a unique mind-body ther...

FEATUREBusting the binge cycle

May 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 2) in Diabetes, Diseases, Drugs, Environment

The shocking truth about alcoholism is that Alcoholics Anonymous doesn't really work, says Cate Mont...

FEATUREGood point

April 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 1) in Diabetes, Drugs, Health Success Stories, How I Beat

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that really takes you to the edge,” said Maira Silva, a scien...

FEATUREFlower Power - 'How I beat eczema'

February 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 11) in Drugs, Health Success Stories, How I Beat

Leyla Mehmet swapped steroids for Chinese herbs to treat her daughter’s severe eczema, with amazing results

FEATURENatural vs Medical - Acupuncture vs sleeping pills for insomnia

August 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 5) in Drugs

Should you swap sleeping pills for needles to get a good night’s sleep? Joanna Evans weighs up the evidence

FEATURESo you think you need knee replacement surgery?

July 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 4)

Medicine claims a 95 per cent success rate with this operation. But the real situation is not so rosy.

FEATUREPain, pain, go away

January 2015 (Vol. 25 Issue 10) in Drugs

Paul Orchard suffered severe and chronic pain for two years as a result of developing interstitial cystitis

FEATUREChaos in the heart

June 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 3)

My husband, Richard, has just been diagnosedwith atrial fibrillation, which seems to come and go


April 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 1) in Environment

GP Dr Elizabeth Evans turned her health around after discovering she was sensitive to electrosmog

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