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NEWSHalf of over-65s taking five or more prescription drugs a day

November 17th 2017 in Drugs

Half the population of over-65s is taking at least five different prescription drugs every day, and ...

NEWS30 million Americans suddenly have high blood pressure as threshold shifts overnight

November 15th 2017

Around half of all adults have blood pressure levels that have suddenly become dangerously high over...

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...

NEWSFats cause heart disease—but it's the ones from our gums, not our food

November 6th 2017

Medicine has been quietly tip-toeing away from the cholesterol theory of heart disease that fats fro...

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...

NEWSVaping can still lead to cigarettes if the nicotine level is high enough

October 27th 2017

Does vaping stop people from smoking the real thing? Not always: people whose e-cigarettes have high...

NEWSBig Pharma takes tighter control of world's leading 'independent' health websites

October 26th 2017 in Diabetes, Drugs

Many of the world's major medical websites are now owned directly—or indirectly—by the pharmaceu...

NEWSElectroshock treatment still routinely used in secret in psychiatric units

October 25th 2017

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is still being routinely given to patients in secret in England's ps...

NEWSSudden steep rise in 'fume events', the airline industry's best-kept secret

October 19th 2017

It's been one of the airline industry's best-kept secrets, but even their efficient PR methods have ...

NEWSHeart enlarges when you don't eat your greens

October 18th 2017 in Heart Health

Most of us know that vitamin K is important for maintaining cardiovascular health—but now research...


FEATUREThe dangers of bottled water

September 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 6) in Drugs, Environment

In order to drink pure water, most of us are spending more on bottled water than petrol. But, as Cat...

FEATURE20/20 at 80

August 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 5) in Diabetes, Diseases, Drugs

You can keep your eyesight—and even reverse glaucoma or cataracts—just by changing your diet, sa...

FEATUREThe gold standard for removing mercury

August 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 5) in Dental

Holistic dentist Graeme Munro-Hall shares his protocol for removing your amalgam fillings safely

FEATUREBugs in the brain

August 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 5) in Drugs

Antibiotics don't just affect your gut, but may be behind many cases of 'mental' illness, says natur...

FEATUREBug proof your pets

August 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 5)

What do you do if your cat or dog gets a bite or sting? Holistic vet Dr Rohini Sathish has a host of...

FEATUREKeep calm and try this anxiety cure

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4) in Diabetes, Drugs

Stress and anxiety are among the most commonly diagnosed and overmedicated conditions, but for many,...

FEATUREYou gotta have heart

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4) in Diseases

Universities like Harvard extol the virtues of meditation and the 'relaxation response', but a small...

FEATURE'How I Beat Infertility'

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4) in How I Beat

A change of diet and lifestyle helped Neringa Kasaciuniene go from 'infertile' to a healthy mum-of-two

FEATUREVaccines after Wakefield: so are they safe?

July 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 4)

The safety of vaccines such as the MMR has centred on the autism debate, but three new studies sugge...

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...

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