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Special Reports

FEATURE The Swiss ball circuit

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

Swiss balls are a familiar sight in many gyms now but, unless someone is doing crunches, it's a lonely piece of equipment

FEATURE Nutritional support for women over 50

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

Black cohosh (Actaea racemosa)

FEATURE Dangers underfoot

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

Although disparaged by US and UK science, scientists elsewhere are linking underground water sources with a high incidence of various sorts of illnesses-from cot death to cancer

FEATURE Bad crossing

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

Dowsers have long been aware of a series of grids of earth energy, often referred to as 'tellurian currents', running in parallel lines over the surface of the earth

FEATURE Group therapy

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

Their groundbreaking research shows that the most important predictor of health-even more than diet and exercise-is the number of groups to which you belong, particularly if you have strong relationships within them

FEATURE Postnatal depression: a bad case of the blues

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

New evidence now suggests that a simple supplement could be the key to preventing postnatal depression (PND), a devastating condition that affects 10 to 15 per cent of women after having a baby

FEATURE Medicine and the elderly: Age shall not weary them-but drugs might

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

The over-65s take one-third of all pharmaceuticals that are prescribed by doctors every year, despite the fact that they represent just 13 per cent of the total population

FEATURE Natural alternatives to the Pill

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

The contraceptive pill is said to be the most commonly used drug of all

FEATURE Muscle cramps

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

Sudden spontaneous, painful, involuntary muscle contrac-tions of variable duration in almost any part of the body affect 95 per cent of people at one time or another, and will often recur within hours or days (Electro-encephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1957; 9: 139-47)

FEATURE First, do harm...

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

It has become the stuff of urban myth: when doctors go on strike, the death rate falls

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