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September 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 7)

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Russian screening test up to 23 per cent more accurate, says study image

NEWSRussian screening test up to 23 per cent more accurate, says study

March 7th 2016

A way of diagnosing disease used in Russian clinics could be up to 23 per cent more accurate than We...

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NEWSNHS officials bribed by drug companies to change prescription policy

July 28th 2015 in Drugs

Pharmaceutical companies are bribing health officials in the UK to start using their drugs in the Na...

New routine heart test doubles chances of surgery image

NEWSNew routine heart test doubles chances of surgery

November 24th 2011

A new routine diagnostic test for coronary artery disease - which most doctors will be using in the ...

New airport x-ray scanners increase cancer risk image

NEWSNew airport x-ray scanners increase cancer risk

March 24th 2011

The new security whole-body scanners being installed at airports increase the risk of cancer for pas...

Prostate cancer therapy causes bone decay and fractures image

NEWSProstate cancer therapy causes bone decay and fractures

October 13th 2010

A common treatment for prostate cancer can cause bone decay

Breast Cancer: Biopsies may be responsible for the rise in the over-50s image

NEWSBreast Cancer: Biopsies may be responsible for the rise in the over-50s

August 28th 2007

Breast cancer is on the increase - and it may be partly due to the use of biopsies, which test if ti...

Mra safer for picking up blood clots image

NEWSMra safer for picking up blood clots

July 1st 2002

A recent study involving 141 patients with suspected pulmonary embolism suggests that magnetic reson...

Anticonvulsant implicated in gum disease image

NEWSAnticonvulsant implicated in gum disease

April 1st 2000

The anticonvulsive phenytoin may cause severe gum damage, according to a recent case study

Study calls for rethink on hrt image

NEWSStudy calls for rethink on hrt

August 1st 1995

A landmark study, backed by the American Cancer Society, may force a re-evaluation of the use of hor...

Fetal ultrasound: delayed speech image

NEWSFetal ultrasound: delayed speech

January 1st 1994

Ultrasound scanning of pregnant women may cause their children to have delayed speech development, a...

Features

Vaccines after Wakefield: so are they safe? image

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...

The herb that kills cancer image

FEATUREThe herb that kills cancer

June 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 3)

Growing evidence shows that magnolia bark effectively combats cancer, as Dr Harald Gaier accidentall...

Gut reactions – The secret to a good night’s sleep image

FEATUREGut reactions – The secret to a good night’s sleep

October 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 7) in Drugs, Environment

If you’re struggling with insomnia, the answer to a good night’s sleep might have more to do wit...

The 'cure' for all diseases: raw food image

FEATUREThe 'cure' for all diseases: raw food

August 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 5) in Diabetes, Diseases, Drugs

For 30 years, Alan Hunter suffered from an unsuspected food allergy that was reversed only when he d...

Making Trouble image

FEATUREMaking Trouble

July 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 4) in Drugs

The HPV vaccines that protect against cervical cancer have twice the number of adverse event reports...

How woo-woo beat prostate cancer image

FEATUREHow woo-woo beat prostate cancer

November 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 8) in Diseases

Ivan Misner is our everyman, an everyman who was diagnosed with prostate cancer

GcMAF: super hero? image

FEATUREGcMAF: super hero?

November 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 8) in Diabetes, Diseases, Drugs, Environment

Scientists examining how certain molecules in the body work have stumbled upon a 'supermolecule' tha...

All the CDC's men image

FEATUREAll the CDC's men

October 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 7)

New revelations about alleged data tampering reveal ashocking cover-up between US government agencie...

All the CDC's men image

FEATUREAll the CDC's men

October 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 7)

New revelations about alleged data tampering reveal a shocking cover-up between US government agenci...

Autism: it's all in the gut image

FEATUREAutism: it's all in the gut

April 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 1) in Diseases, Drugs, Environment

There's one startling factabout autism that marks it out from all the other chronic diseases of mode...

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