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NEWSVaccinated children four times more likely to suffer from ADHD, autism

August 9th 2017

Vaccinated children are nearly four times more likely to suffer from learning disabilities, ADHD and...

NEWSThe 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.

NEWSAsthma and allergies caused by our sanitised, modern lives

August 10th 2016 in Diseases

Are allergies and diseases like asthma the result of our overly-sanitised modern lives, which include ro...

NEWSSimon Singh takes money from Coca-Cola, and says that sugary drinks aren't unhealthy

October 13th 2015

Simon Singh's charity Sense About Science has been making unscientific claims that processed sugars ...

NEWSProbiotics reverse milk allergy in toddlers

September 23rd 2015 in Environment

Probiotics can reverse milk allergies in toddlers and young children, new research has discovered

NEWSChildren given antibiotics more likely to suffer chronic disease as an adult

May 18th 2015 in Diseases, Drugs

Children given antibiotics are far more likely to suffer from an impaired immune system that leaves ...

NEWSNew pneumonia risk warning about OTC drugs

March 5th 2015 in Drugs

They're often available over the counter (OTC) and without a prescription, but they are fast becomin...

NEWSCommon drugs can increase risk of dementia and Alzheimer's

January 28th 2015 in Drugs

...-transmitter acetylcholine in the central nervous system-and are used to treat depression, allergies, urinary incontinence and insomnia

NEWSMilk's an allergen? Never knew that, say doctors

November 11th 2014

Everyone knows that milk and eggs are two of the biggest allergens, especially in small children

NEWSHow to get curcumin really working for you

November 11th 2014 in Diabetes, Diseases

Curcumin, the compound found in turmeric spice, is one of the best natural anti-inflammatories around

Features

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

FEATUREA recipe for healthy skin

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4)

Besides a microbiome in your gut, you've also got one on your skin. Shann Nix Jones has come up with...

FEATURE‘How I beat chronic fatigue’

December 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 9)

Film PR guru Rebekah Smith suffered from debilitating fatigue for years. But a tailor-made diet prog...

FEATUREFlu’s clues

October 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 7) in Diseases

Fend off flu and seasonal sniffles with herbs and homeopathy, says Harald Gaier

FEATUREAll ears

April 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 1) in Diseases, Drugs

Q- My two-year-old Springer Spaniel, Megan, has suffered from recurrent ear infections since she was a pup

FEATUREMind games

December 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 9) in Diabetes, Drugs

Becky Shaw's thyroid problems and food allergies were misdiagnosed for years as a mental illness for which she was prescribed powerful anti...

FEATUREOne degree of recuperation

June 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 3) in Drugs, Environment

What's your body temperature got to do with food allergy? Everything, says Alan Hunter, and his disc...

FEATUREUlcerative colitis

April 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 1) in Diseases, Drugs

QI've recently been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis

FEATUREElectrosensitivity

April 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 1) in Environment

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

FEATUREThe safest cosmetics

April 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 1) in Drugs

Parabens are lurking in your lip gloss, body lotion, bubble bath and even your body

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