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Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder that is usually controlled with powerful drugs—but it can also be helped by strenuous aerobic exercise. Sufferers who have exercised for 12 weeks can function better at work and in social situations, new research has found.
Not eating wheat is all the rage, and some sceptics regard it as a fashionable fad-but scientists have discovered that gluten sensitivity is a very real problem, and they've also figured out the biological mechanism behind it
Psychiatric drugs are responsible for more than 500,000 deaths a year around the world, and yet their benefits are minimal, a leading researcher claims