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Reverse your allergies

Julia had consulted 13 specialists in three years. Despite her efforts, she still had received no definite diagnosis. When she came to my office for her first appointment, she brought a file of medical records two inches thick, full of normal test results.

EMFs: sense and sensitivity

Health agencies are in denial over the existence of EHS—electromagnetic hypersensitivity—and especially that EMFs from PCs, mobile phones, Wi-Fi and power lines could be to blame

How I beat psoriasis

‘Urgh —what’s wrong with you?’ ‘What’s that on your legs?’ ‘Is it contagious?’

These are some of the comments psoriasis sufferer Wendy Hope had to face on a daily basis, not to mention all the pointing and staring, until she found an effective way to beat the distressing skin condition.

So you think you need back surgery

Before you consent to going under the knife for your back problems, check out the evidence on the latest procedures, says Lynne McTaggart

The doctors’ case for homeopathy

The UK government is under pressure to ban homeopathic remedies within the National Health Service, but the NHS needs more homeopathy, say Britain’s 400 GPs who currently prescribe it. WDDTY’s editors investigate

Latest news

NEWS Sweetener could trigger diabetes, heart disease and Alzheimer’s

April 28th 2016 /

High-fructose corn syrup (HFCS)—the sweetener in many fruit drinks and desserts—could be the trigger for a range of chronic diseases, from diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s and ADHD (attention-deficit, hyperactivity disorder), scientists believe.

NEWS Three supplements combine to stop world’s biggest killer

April 28th 2016 /

Heart disease, the world’s biggest killer, could be prevented by adding omega-3 fatty acids, cocoa flavanols and phytosterols from vegetable oils to our daily diet. Together, they counter atherosclerosis, a process where arteries fur up and close.

NEWS They’re not in the head: IBS and chronic fatigue start with infection

April 28th 2016

They’re not ‘all in the head’: chronic problems like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), chronic fatigue and anorexia nervosa could all have started with an infection, researchers believe.

NEWS Who’d have thought? It’s thin people who are most likely to die from a heart attack

April 25th 2016 /

In a discovery that confounds current health advice, researchers have found that it’s thin people with a low BMI (body-mass index) who are more likely to die from a heart attack.

NEWS Saturated fats trigger the lethal form of prostate cancer

April 25th 2016

Men who regularly eat saturated fats—found in fatty meats and cheese—are more likely to suffer from an aggressive form of prostate cancer that grows quickly and can kill.

Latest features

FEATURE Reverse your allergies

Julia had consulted 13 specialists in three years. Despite her efforts, she still had received no definite diagnosis. When she came to my office for her first appointment, she brought a file of medical records two inches thick, full of normal test results.

FEATURE EMFs: sense and sensitivity

Health agencies are in denial over the existence of EHS—electromagnetic hypersensitivity—and especially that EMFs from PCs, mobile phones, Wi-Fi and power lines could be to blame

FEATURE How I beat psoriasis

‘Urgh —what’s wrong with you?’ ‘What’s that on your legs?’ ‘Is it contagious?’

These are some of the comments psoriasis sufferer Wendy Hope had to face on a daily basis, not to mention all the pointing and staring, until she found an effective way to beat the distressing skin condition.

FEATURE Berberine vs metformine for type 2 diabetes

Can a herbal compound work just as well as the world’s top blood-sugar-lowering pill? Joanna Evans investigates

FEATURE So you think you need back surgery

Before you consent to going under the knife for your back problems, check out the evidence on the latest procedures, says Lynne McTaggart

FEATURE The doctors’ case for homeopathy

The UK government is under pressure to ban homeopathic remedies within the National Health Service, but the NHS needs more homeopathy, say Britain’s 400 GPs who currently prescribe it. WDDTY’s editors investigate


Previous features

FEATURE Beyond the drill - Reversing tooth decay

April 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 1)

An Australian study reveals the unthinkable: tooth decay is reversible. Celeste McGovern investigates how to reverse cavities and avoid a drill-and-fill solution.

FEATURE Hard to swallow

April 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 1)

The US has reduced the amount of fluoride it’s adding to the public water supply. It could signal the beginning of the end for a public-health policy that has failed

FEATURE Fire in the belly – Natural ways to beat indigestion

April 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 1)

One in five of us suffer from indigestion, for which we take antacids, but the problem isn’t too much stomach acid, but too little, as Cate Montana discovered

FEATURE Combating depression - Drugs vs Exercise

April 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 1)

How does a simple natural treatment like exercise stack up against powerful drugs for depression? Joanna Evans investigates

FEATURE The uncommon touch – How I’m beating epilepsy

April 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 1)

Tatijana Hall-Roberts was having up to seven seizures a day, until her mother, Tracey, discovered a gentle massage technique that turned their lives around.

FEATURE Breathe easy - Top tips for healthy lungs

April 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 1)

Lung diseases are among the most common medical conditions in the world. Naturopath Harald Gaier shares some lesser-known natural remedies for treating various lung conditions—and his top tip for healthy lungs

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