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NEWS Heart attack victims had normal levels of cholesterol

April 13th 2017

As if the cholesterol-heart disease theory wasn't discredited enough, a new study into a group of people who'd suffered a heart attack discovered that all of them had 'average' cholesterol levels.

FEATURE Natural born superbug killers

2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 12) /

Dr Harald Gaier's favourite superherb can cure all manner of conditions, including superbug infections, as he discovered when he himself got MRSA

FEATURE Preventing another heart attack

2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 12) /

Even if you've already had a heart attack, this simple lifestyle blueprint may minimize your chances of suffering a second one.

NEWS Air pollution—and not cholesterol—causing heart disease, say researchers

February 13th 2017 /

If high cholesterol doesn’t cause heart disease (which it doesn’t), what does? The real culprit could be air pollution—from cars and industrial processes—as a major new study from China suggests.

FEATURE Preventing breast cancer

2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 11) /

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 A sweet solution to Alzheimer’s

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.

NEWS Optimistic women less likely to die from chronic health problem

December 12th 2016

Women who are optimistic and positive are far less likely to die from cancer, heart disease and other chronic conditions when they reach retirement.

NEWS Saturated fats don’t cause heart disease—they protect us against it, new study finds

December 5th 2016

The health advice we’ve been given about avoiding saturated fats is just plain wrong: the fats—from meat, butter, cream and cheese—don’t raise the risk of heart disease and instead have a protective effect, a new study has concluded.

NEWS Drinking a pint of beer every day keeps up levels of ‘good’ cholesterol

November 16th 2016

Drinking up to a pint of beer a day helps slow the decline of levels of HDL (high-density lipoprotein)—the ‘good’ cholesterol—as we get older, a new study claims. It’s a Goldilocks amount: abstain or drink more than a pint a day and the fall in levels becomes twice as rapid as for the moderate drinker.

FEATURE The latest detox for chemicals and heavy metals

2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 8) /

Medical innovators have discovered the power of a natural ‘clean’ fat to replace our body’s ‘dirty fats’ filled with environmental pollutants and heavy metals. Cate Montana investigates.

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