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NEWS'Healthy' energy drinks cause kidney damage and hypertension

November 20th 2017

...ore caffeine than a standard cup of coffee—trigger a range of serious health problems, from stress, raised blood pressure, obesity and kidney damage, a new review has found.

NEWSJaw problems make migraine attacks worse

October 5th 2017

If you suffer from migraine, check your jaw. A misaligned jaw— known as temporomandibular disorder...

NEWSFood compound helps break the stress/insomnia circle

September 14th 2017

Stress and poor sleep can become a vicious circle, with one feeding the other—but it could be brok...

NEWSMind and matter: meditation lowers inflammation in the body

August 29th 2017 in Diabetes

Yoga and meditation can help regulate the body's inflammation levels, one of the keys to many of tod...

NEWSEFT 'safe therapy' for army veterans with PTSD

August 10th 2017

... of the standard treatments for helping US army veterans deal with their PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder).

NEWSFood packaging chemicals linked to heart disease

July 19th 2017 in Diabetes

Phthalates—chemicals found in food packaging and pharmaceutical drugs—have been linked to a rang...

NEWSThe 27 stressful events that can age your brain, and cause dementia

July 19th 2017

There are 27 stressful events that can age our brain by up to four years, and increase the risk of dementia, rese...

NEWSA healthy gut can reverse autism, major study finds

June 22nd 2017

It's nothing to do with the brain—autism can be checked and even reversed by focusing on the gut, ...

NEWSThe three steps to prevent heart disease (and eating less saturated fat isn't one of them)

May 2nd 2017

It's something WDDTY has been pointing out for years: the 'clogged pipe' theory of heart disease is ...

NEWSModerate drinking protects against angina, heart failure and stroke

March 27th 2017 in Diseases

Moderate alcohol drinking—which is around 10 small glasses of wine a week—does protect you again...

Features

FEATUREMoving through a bad time

September 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 6) in Environment

Traumatic experiences tend to stay stuck in your body as well as your mind. Charlotte Watts demonstr...

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...

FEATURETen-finger exercise

August 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 5)

Computers and smartphones have given rise to a host of chronic pain in the hands. Here's how to avoi...

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...

FEATURETurning up the heat

April 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 1) in Fitness

You don't have to feel the burn to crank up a sluggish thyroid. Charlotte Watts offers a range of si...

FEATURE‘How I beat chronic fatigue’

December 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 9)

Film PR guru Rebekah Smith suffered from debilitating fatigue for years. But a tailor-made diet prog...

FEATURETreat your IBS with yoga

November 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 8) in Environment

In a culture where we tend to live in our heads, voices from our bellies often go unheard

FEATUREThe secret reason for your tiredness

June 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 3) in Diseases

As a teenager, Marie Waters felt constantly tired

FEATUREThe drug that ruined our lives

October 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 7) in Drugs

Ciprofloxacin is a 'last resort' antibiotic-but doctors are treating it as a routine drug, with terr...

FEATUREReverse osteoporosis without drugs

January 2014 (Vol. 24 Issue 10) in Drugs

You can rebuild thin bones if you're determined enough, says Dr Annemarie Colbin

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