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NEWSPain relief: capsaicin is hot stuff

April 1st 1990 in Respiratory

Capsaicin is a popular cream for pain relief - and a new review suggests it works

NEWSThe natural remedies don't work: question mark over a couple of trusty

April 1st 1990 in Respiratory

Not a good week for several natural remedies that many swear by

NEWSAircraft: are they a breeding ground for germs?

April 1st 1990 in Respiratory

We've all probably had the thought while sitting on a plane


FEATUREDrug additives

September 2001 (Vol. 12 Issue 6) in Drugs, Respiratory

Most of the so called inactive ingredients added to food and drugs to make them more appealing can h...

FEATUREMain types of skin cancer

August 2001 (Vol. 12 Issue 5) in Drugs, Respiratory

Of the three main types of skin cancer, two of them basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas are incr...

FEATUREHousehold cleaners

June 2001 (Vol. 12 Issue 3) in Environment, Respiratory

Most household cleaners are a witch's brew of toxic chemicals, industrial waste and carcinogens when...

FEATUREIs a little dirt a child's best friend?

April 2001 (Vol. 12 Issue 1) in Diseases, Respiratory

While dustmites have long been cited as the cause of childhood allergies, new research evidence sugg...


February 2001 (Vol. 11 Issue 11) in Respiratory

Don't just read the label watch the patient, too


June 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 3) in Respiratory

Q-A friend of mine is thinking of having liposuction


February 2000 (Vol. 10 Issue 11) in Respiratory

Xenical (orlistat) is a drug that is described by its manufacturer, Roche, as the "fat controller"

FEATUREEnvironmental chemicals

December 1999 (Vol. 10 Issue 9) in Drugs, Environment, Respiratory

The chemicals in your environment, particularly your office, can have endless effects on your health

FEATUREWhat to watch out for

November 1999 (Vol. 10 Issue 8) in Respiratory

When selecting kinder cosmetics and toiletries, choose products which do not have any of the followi...

FEATURENasal polyps

November 1999 (Vol. 10 Issue 8) in Drugs, Respiratory

I am a Vacuflex and reflexology therapist and have a client with nasal polyps

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