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Lynne McTaggart set out to test whether thoughts can affect scientific targets in lab experiments, but then discovered that many of the effects were rubbing off on the participants as well.
Both Ivan and Beth Misner have fought cancer with a variety of alternative methods, but the mainstay of the 'Misner Plan' is an anticancer diet with mouth-watering, healing recipes
Look after your body's largest joints with these simple stretching and strengthening exercises, says Charlotte Watts.
Young women are still taking the drug that caused thousands of birth deformities more than 50 years ago
Doctors just think of the fascia as a simple wrapper over muscles, but as Cate Montana discovered, many therapists are proving that it's the key to pain relief—and more.
It's been one of the airline industry's best-kept secrets, but even their efficient PR methods have been unable to keep a lid on the sudden escalation of fume events—when jet oil gets into the cabin, causing sudden dizziness or fatigue—that have been happening this month.
Most of us know that vitamin K is important for maintaining cardiovascular health—but now researchers have discovered why. People who don't eat their greens and vegetables, which are rich in the vitamin, change the physical structure of their heart.
Women who suffer from frequent bouts of UTIs (urinary tract infections) should start drinking around three pints (1.5 litres) of water every day. It halves the chances of the problem recurring.
We all know we need to be eating our greens—but their full health-giving properties are unlocked when we sprinkle some oil on them first.
If you like to eat your meat rare, you may want to cook it a little while longer as you get older. Our body loses its ability to extract the nutritional goodness from rare meat once we reach the age of 70 or so, a new study has discovered.