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See a Bowen therapist to treat this, says one reader, or go and see a reiki practitioner
We can all recite the common the causes of a heart attack - smoking, diabetes and raised blood pressure and cholesterol, to name most of them - and yet up to half of peo...
What remedies can tackle type II diabetes? One reader was aware of an Indian homoeopathic remedy, but couldn't recall the name
Is the writing finally on the wall for aspartame, the artificial sweetener used in diet and sugar-fr...
It sounds like toothpaste but, if its critics are to be believed, it's more likely to polish you off
The main headline in the London Times the other day must rank as one of the more extraordinary ever printed
Whenever we're asked to recommend a suitable diet that works and is sustainable, we often suggest th...
Statins, the cholesterol-lowering agents, have become the single most successful drug family in the ...
If you're worried about developing type 2 diabetes, drink plenty of coffee and other caffeinated drinks, researchers are claiming
One reader has another recipe for gallstones, a problem mentioned yonks ago (please keep up!)