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February 2019 (Vol. 3 Issue 12)

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Teeth infections triple heart disease risk image

NEWSTeeth infections triple heart disease risk

September 28th 2016 in Dental, Heart Health

People who have untreated teeth infections and gum disease are nearly three times more likely to suf...

Mid-life exercise helps prevent dementia when you’re old image

NEWSMid-life exercise helps prevent dementia when you’re old

September 14th 2016

Taking up moderate exercise in your mid-life—around 49 years or so—could pay dividends later, an...

Epidemic of heart disease is biggest killer in China image

NEWSEpidemic of heart disease is biggest killer in China

August 31st 2016 in Diabetes

Heart disease and stroke isn’t only a disease of the West—the problem is now an epidemic in Chin...

Sugar addiction is all in the brain, literally image

NEWSSugar addiction is all in the brain, literally

August 15th 2016 in Diabetes, Drugs

Spare a thought for people with a sugar craving—they really do have the food on the brain. In fact...

Fat or thin: it doesn’t make any difference when it comes to a heart attack image

NEWSFat or thin: it doesn’t make any difference when it comes to a heart attack

August 8th 2016

...out the same. But being overweight or obese does increase your chances of developing type 2 diabetes, a study of identical twins has discovered.

EFT alters the way our genes influence disease, says study image

NEWSEFT alters the way our genes influence disease, says study

August 3rd 2016 in Diabetes

Can we influence our genes so that we stay well? A major new study—that has tested the positive ef...

One type of rye bread the IBS sufferer can tolerate, say researchers image

NEWSOne type of rye bread the IBS sufferer can tolerate, say researchers

August 2nd 2016

Some good news for IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) sufferers: you should be able to eat a modified fo...

There’s a link between gum disease and stroke—especially among the elderly image

NEWSThere’s a link between gum disease and stroke—especially among the elderly

August 2nd 2016 in Diabetes

There’s a link between gum disease and an inflammatory condition in the brain—elderly people wit...

The 10 ways you can avoid stroke image

NEWSThe 10 ways you can avoid stroke

July 27th 2016 in Diabetes

Stroke is the second major killer in the world—and it’s also the most avoidable. There are 10 si...

Probiotics do help you lose weight, study confirms image

NEWSProbiotics do help you lose weight, study confirms

July 13th 2016

Adding probiotics to your diet can help you lose weight—and the more of the ‘friendly bacteria...

Features

Milk makes strong bones image

FEATUREMilk makes strong bones

October 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 7) in Diabetes, Heart Health

The findings are based on a review of 37 studies that looked at the impact of calcium consumption on...

Staving off the inevitable image

FEATUREStaving off the inevitable

July 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 4) in Diabetes, Diseases, Drugs, Environment

Memory loss is something we all fear as we age

The gi load is important for those with diabetes image

FEATUREThe gi load is important for those with diabetes

July 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 4) in Diabetes

In your report The Secrets of Longevity (2004), you fail to mention the importance of the GI load [G...

The best alternative treatment for . . . stopping smoking image

FEATUREThe best alternative treatment for . . . stopping smoking

June 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 3) in Diabetes

Each year, around 120,000 smokers in the UK die from smoking-related illnesses

The best alternative treatment for . . . raynaud's syndrome image

FEATUREThe best alternative treatment for . . . raynaud's syndrome

May 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 2) in Diabetes, Drugs

This is a precursor to nitric oxide, which improves circulation, bringing more oxygen to tissues (St...

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FEATURESeeing clearly

April 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 1) in Diabetes

One of the medical myths we live with is the notion that eye disease arises as an inevitable consequ...

What is pneumonia? image

FEATUREWhat is pneumonia?

March 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 12) in Diabetes, Drugs, Environment

Pneumonia is not a single disease entity

Tell tale signs of protein or carbo overload image

FEATURETell tale signs of protein or carbo overload

February 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 11) in Diabetes

The cells in your body are like little woodfires

The case of the painted eggs image

FEATUREThe case of the painted eggs

January 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 10) in Diabetes

, a jovial 52-year-old Hungarian, came to see me four months ago, complaining of numbness and tingli...

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FEATURENutritional approaches

January 2005 (Vol. 15 Issue 10) in Diabetes, Diseases

* Vitamin E is an antioxidant that enhances immune function, and protects against cancer, heart dise...

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