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Preventing breast cancer

An industry-funded movement is afoot to put healthy women on bone-thinning and heart-risky drugs to prevent cancer. Celeste McGovern investigates the conventional advice and better alternatives.

Fat Wars

It’s the sugar from carbs—not the fats from meat—that cause heart disease, and now doctors are finally beginning to agree

Flower Power - 'How I beat eczema'

Leyla Mehmet swapped steroids for Chinese herbs to treat her daughter’s severe eczema, with amazing results

Killer Weed

Aromatherapist Andrea Butje offers her favourite recipes to eliminate pain of all varieties

The New Dangers of Vaping

E-cigarettes were supposed to be the ‘safe’ way to wean yourself off tobacco. But, as Cate Montana learns, vaping comes with a new set of dangers

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NEWS Want to improve your eyesight? Then start running

February 20th 2017

Eyesight seems to improve when we exercise. Activity makes our visual system more sensitive—although usual vision returns afterwards, researchers have discovered this week.

NEWS Villagers win fight to get mobile phone mast removed after five cancer deaths

February 20th 2017

People living in a village in the UK have won a 17-year fight to get a mobile phone mast removed after they suspected it had caused the death of five residents from cancer.

NEWS A tailored exercise plan could be the answer to low back pain

February 20th 2017

Following on from a report last week that painkillers don’t help with low back pain, researchers have found that a tailored exercise programme undoes many of the bad habits of poor posture that caused the problem in the first place.

NEWS Safe salt levels are double those of current guidelines, say experts

February 15th 2017

Health warnings about salt have been overdone, an influential expert panel has concluded. The real safe upper limit is more than double the level that health guardians are currently recommending.

NEWS Taking painkillers for low back pain may do more harm than good

February 15th 2017 /

People often turn to painkillers such as ibuprofen when they have low back pain—but the drugs don’t work and could cause unwelcome side effects. In other words, the risks outweigh the benefits, a new study has found.

Latest features

FEATURE Preventing breast cancer

An industry-funded movement is afoot to put healthy women on bone-thinning and heart-risky drugs to prevent cancer. Celeste McGovern investigates the conventional advice and better alternatives.

FEATURE Fat Wars

It’s the sugar from carbs—not the fats from meat—that cause heart disease, and now doctors are finally beginning to agree

FEATURE Flower Power - 'How I beat eczema'

Leyla Mehmet swapped steroids for Chinese herbs to treat her daughter’s severe eczema, with amazing results

FEATURE Killer Weed

Aromatherapist Andrea Butje offers her favourite recipes to eliminate pain of all varieties

FEATURE Snore no more

Simple lifestyle changes could be the answer to snoring and sleepless nights, says Harald Gaier

FEATURE The New Dangers of Vaping

E-cigarettes were supposed to be the ‘safe’ way to wean yourself off tobacco. But, as Cate Montana learns, vaping comes with a new set of dangers


Previous features

FEATURE A sweet solution to Alzheimer’s

January 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) /

The latest evidence suggests that Alzheimer’s disease is, effectively, ‘diabetes’ of the brain. In fact, some researchers claim the two illnesses are so similar that Alzheimer’s should really be called ‘type 3 diabetes’. This might explain why a staggering 70 per cent people suffering from type 2 diabetes go on to develop Alzheimer’s, compared with only 10 per cent of the non-diabetic population who go on to develop the debilitating brain disorder.

FEATURE A head for herbs

January 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) /

Don’t put up with the pain of migraine, says naturopath Harald Gaier. Try these helpful herbs with a long history of use.

FEATURE Bugs in the system

January 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) /

New research has revealed how the microbes in our gut influence our central nervous system, and healing these microorganisms may, in turn, be the answer to everything from spinal cord injury and stroke damage to mental illness. Celeste McGovern investigates

FEATURE Chemo’s early victims

January 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) /

Around 8 per cent of cancer patients are dying within 15 days of starting treatment, a startling new study has discovered

FEATURE Back in action

January 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10) /

Fitness fanatic David Roach was told he’d never exercise again after a back injury. But a therapy called myofascial release gave him his life back.

FEATURE The Devil’s advocate

January 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 10)

An Australian biochemist has developed and championed a revolutionary cure for skin cancer with a cream derived from a little-known nightshade.

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