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Start researching the effects of diet on health, and you'll end up confused, if not dazed
Drug sales in the USA continue to rise
The Food Supplements Directive was passed by the EU last June, and is one of three pieces of legisla...
Regular readers of the E-news bulletins will have followed the saga of the MMR vaccine and the potential link to autism
Around one-sixth of all adults, and proportionately many more among the elderly, have an overactive bladder
One E-news reader was intrigued by last week's story about fish and stroke prevention, and the passi...
The sun has got his hat on, and many of you are packing your buckets and spades for the annual summer holiday
The effect of the mind on our health is an endlessly fascinating subject
Despite its prevalence, cancer is a mysterious disease
Any food that contains the flavour enhancer MSG (monosodium glutamate) might worsen your eyesight
Q:I suffer from terrible premenstrual syndrome 10 days to two weeks before my period
Art and Vickie McConnell are refusing to go away quietly
Steroids are fast catching up with antibiotics as the most abused class of drugs in your doctor's black bag
The story of my trying to fall pregnant for the second time is interesting, but one I am sure you ha...
Your article on melatonin (vol 6 no 11) was interesting and well researched, but not up to your usual high standards
Regarding the recent article on chronic fatigue (January 1996), your readers may be interested to kn...
Regular readers may be surprised to see us publish an article from Caroline Richmond, the once avowe...
Besides cesarean, hysterectomy is the most likely operation you'll face if you're a women, even thou...
This little understood disease causes progressive loss of normal pigment (melanin) in variously size...
Q:In October 1994, I had my amalgam fillings removed as a preventative measure