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NEWSRoutine mammograms aren't life-savers, say researchers

December 11th 2017

Are routine mammograms to detect breast cancer actually worth having? When you weigh up the low numb...

NEWSCommon blood pressure drugs raise skin cancer risk seven-fold

December 8th 2017 in Drugs

Some of the world's most common drugs for high blood pressure (hypertension) 'significantly' increas...

NEWSHalf of all cancers caused by poor lifestyle

December 4th 2017

Cancer isn't always 'just one of those things'. In fact, nearly half of all cases need never have ha...

NEWSSugar industry suppressed evidence of health risks for 50 years

November 30th 2017

The sugar industry suppressed evidence for nearly 50 years ago that processed sugars could cause hea...

NEWSSimple cold remedies are blocking cancer growth

November 27th 2017

Who'd have thought it? Humble cold remedies that you can buy in the pharmacy are blocking the spread...

NEWSMobile phones cause lethal type of brain cancer, major study expected to declare

November 13th 2017

An important study into the safety of mobile (cell) phones is expected to report early next year tha...

NEWSIndigestion pills increase stomach cancer risk by up to 800%

November 3rd 2017 in Drugs

People who keep popping pills to help ease their indigestion are increasing their chances of develop...

NEWSLow-dose arsenic killing most lethal type of brain cancer

October 23rd 2017

Poison is in the dose—as researchers have demonstrated yet again with the discovery that very low ...

NEWSPut oil on vegetables and greens to unlock their nutrients

October 13th 2017

We all know we need to be eating our greens—but their full health-giving properties are unlocked w...

NEWSBreast cancer caused by bacterial imbalance, and could be treated with probiotics

October 11th 2017

Medicine is slowly waking up to the relationship between health and the bacteria in our gut, known a...

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FEATURE'How I beat Alzheimer's'

December 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 9) in Diseases, Drugs, How I Beat

The drugs don't work. But Celeste McGovern talks to one Alzheimer's sufferer who got his mind back w...

FEATUREHands of Light

December 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 9) in Diseases, Drugs

Before drugs or even herbs, there was the laying on of hands, and it's now enjoying a renaissance, w...

FEATUREDoctors' declaration of independence

December 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 9) in Diabetes, Diseases, Drugs

Put the patient first and talk about diet and exercise instead of prescribing drugs, says a group of...

FEATURE8 ways to heal your gut

November 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 8) in Diseases, Drugs

Celeste McGovern looks at how Dane Johnson battled Crohn's and colitis with food and the science behind why he won.

FEATUREIt's D-lovely

November 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 8) in Diabetes, Diseases, Drugs

Health authorities keep telling us that too much vitamin D is toxic, but new research shows that ver...

FEATUREHealing cancer in the kitchen

October 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 7)

Both Ivan and Beth Misner have fought cancer with a variety of alternative methods, but the mainstay...

FEATUREThalidomide: the drug that won’t go away

October 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 7) in Diseases, Drugs

Young women are still taking the drug that caused thousands of birth deformities more than 50 years ago

FEATUREMind over illness

October 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 7)

Lynne McTaggart set out to test whether thoughts can affect scientific targets in lab experiments, b...

FEATUREThere's the rub

October 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 7)

Doctors just think of the fascia as a simple wrapper over muscles, but as Cate Montana discovered, m...

FEATUREDon't let them eat cake

September 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 6)

New research suggests that a diet that drastically restricts carbs could be an effective way to reverse cancer

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