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What Doctors Don’t Tell You Australia/NZ
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CANCER’S BEST MEDICINE
Why do we get cancer, and how do we survive it? Ask the American Cancer Society, and they will point to genes or environmental factors, like smoking or Teflon, booze or red meat, b ...
Dr Damien Downing, a specialist in allergy, environment and nutrition, is current president of the British Society for Ecological Medicine, on the editorial board of Orthomolecular ...
HAVE YOUR SAY
Important questions about Covid Thank you for your Covid coverage. It’s your usual breath of fresh air on any health topic. After reading September’s comment,“The Ministry of ...
Three cups of coffee protect against liver disease
Drinking three cups of coffee a day is one answer to chronic liver disease (CLD). It reduces your chances of getting CLD and makes it more benign if you do suffer from it, halving ...
Stroke survivors improve when they listen to singing
People who have suffered a stroke should listen to singing—it will improve their recovery and help them regain the ability to talk. Vocal music helps stroke patients recover from ...
Magic mushrooms could be the next antidepressants
The psychedelic drug psilocybin—the active ingredient in so-called “magic” mushrooms—can build new neural connections in the brain, and this could explain why it could be a ...
Even if you’re 80, using your brain wards off dementia
Reading, writing letters and playing cards or puzzles several times a week protect the brain, say researchers at Rush University Medical Center. And it’s never too late to start. ...
Legumes kick-start bacteria that counter MS
Eating more plant-based foods—including chickpeas, lentils and peas—lowers your risk of multiple sclerosis (MS). The legume family is rich in isoflavones, compounds that help s ...
Keto diet could reverse brain tumors
A ketogenic diet—high in fats and low in carbohydrates (sugars)—could slow the growth of, and possibly even reverse, brain tumors. Brain tumors are some of the toughest to trea ...
Don’t stint on the fish oils—low levels are as bad as smoking
Omega-3 fatty acids are vital for your health and longevity. They reduce your risk of heart disease—but if your levels are too low, your life expectancy will be cut by around fiv ...
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