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If you've been offered only a long list of drugs or surgery for your knee pain, pain specialist Dr Mitchell Yass has a simple alternative
New technology now allows every nail salon to offer gel nails that last an amazing three weeks. Cate Montana gets the lowdown on their safety profile
Beata Bishop was given just six months to live when she refused surgery for melanoma. But more than 30 years later she's alive and well—all thanks to a nutritional therapy, she says
Even if you've already had a heart attack, this simple lifestyle blueprint may minimize your chances of suffering a second one.
High doses of vitamin C can reverse some cancers—but only when delivered as an intravenous (IV) infusion
A lack of vitamin D—the 'sunshine vitamin'—seems to play a key part in the development of autism. Women who are given vitamin D supplements during the first trimester of their pregnancy are far less likely to have a child who has the condition, say researchers.
Scientists are unable to reproduce the results of trials that had found a drug was effective, and which helped get it approved. Around 70 per cent of researchers say they have been unable to replicate the results of drug trials—which suggests they were falsified or given too much of a positive spin.
Type 2 diabetes doesn't have to be a life sentence—it can be reversed in just four months by cutting back on the food we eat, researchers have discovered.
A secret stash of research papers has been uncovered that gives new hope to families fighting for compensation after they claimed a pregnancy test resulted in their children being born with deformed limbs.