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Tuning up the brain

New studies in neuroscience suggest chiropractic care affects much more than back and neck pain. Celeste McGovern investigates an emerging body of evidence that spinal manipulation also improves your brain

The herb that kills cancer

Growing evidence shows that magnolia bark effectively combats cancer, as Dr Harald Gaier accidentally discovered while offering 'supportive care' to two patients with tumours

Feed your head

Low thyroid doesn't just make you sluggish—it also affects your brain. Marc Ryan, who treats many patients with the condition, offers the lowdown on how to repair both with the right diet

'How I beat alopecia'

Carmel Twomey was horrified when she lost all her hair at the age of 46. But a unique mind-body therapy changed everything, she says

Making waves

You don't need gravity or even solid ground to get a powerful workout, says Charlotte Watts. Try these pool exercises for more resistance with far less effort

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NEWS Chondroitin as effective as a prescription painkiller for osteoarthritis

May 26th 2017

If you're suffering from osteoarthritis, your best option is chondroitin, a new study has discovered. The supplements are as effective at reducing pain and improving movement as the prescription drug celecoxib—and without the dangerous side effects.

NEWS Heart flutter risk reduced by eating chocolate

May 25th 2017

Eating some chocolate at least once a week reduces the risk of heart flutter (atrial fibrillation), a common problem that affects one in four people at some time.

NEWS Depression overdiagnosed by questionnaire developed by drug company

May 24th 2017

People are being diagnosed with depression with a simplistic point-scoring questionnaire that was developed by the drug company that has some of the leading antidepressant brands, and so is most likely to benefit from a diagnosis and prescription.

NEWS Start eating nuts to stop cancer recurring, survivors told

May 22nd 2017

Eating a handful of nuts every week should form part of every cancer survivor's diet. Nuts—and especially tree nuts such as hazelnuts, chestnuts and walnuts—reduce the chances of the cancer coming back.

NEWS Fennel is effective natural alternative to HRT

May 19th 2017

Fennel is nature's HRT for post-menopausal women. The herb is as effective as the drug for treating all the symptoms of the menopause—and without the side-effects, a new research study has discovered.

Latest features

FEATURE Tuning up the brain

New studies in neuroscience suggest chiropractic care affects much more than back and neck pain. Celeste McGovern investigates an emerging body of evidence that spinal manipulation also improves your brain

FEATURE The herb that kills cancer

Growing evidence shows that magnolia bark effectively combats cancer, as Dr Harald Gaier accidentally discovered while offering 'supportive care' to two patients with tumours

FEATURE Feed your head

Low thyroid doesn't just make you sluggish—it also affects your brain. Marc Ryan, who treats many patients with the condition, offers the lowdown on how to repair both with the right diet

FEATURE 'How I beat alopecia'

Carmel Twomey was horrified when she lost all her hair at the age of 46. But a unique mind-body therapy changed everything, she says

FEATURE Making waves

You don't need gravity or even solid ground to get a powerful workout, says Charlotte Watts. Try these pool exercises for more resistance with far less effort

FEATURE Get on your bike

Giving up the train or car, and commuting to work by bike or walking, could make a big difference to your health, a new study has discovered


Previous features

FEATURE The diet that kills pain

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 2) /

If you suffer from arthritis, migraine or fibromyalgia, noted American doctor Joseph Mercola has discovered why a fat-burning diet can end pain—and much more.

FEATURE 5 minutes to total fitness

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 2) /

You don't need to do high-intensity training to be fit and healthy. These simple moves—a mix of yoga and other disciplines—can keep everything flowing nicely, says Charlotte Watts

FEATURE Busting the binge cycle

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 2) /

The shocking truth about alcoholism is that Alcoholics Anonymous doesn't really work, says Cate Montana. Try these natural ways to cut down on your drinking.

FEATURE 'How I beat brain cancer'

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 2) /

Powerlifter Pat Reeves claims she beat two cancer death sentences with a combination of exercise and a raw vegan diet

FEATURE Summer life-savers

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 2)

Herbal first aid for the summer: these four herbs are your go-to remedies for all manner of spring and summer ailments, says herbalist Rosalee de la Forêt

FEATURE Keep him on his toes

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 2) /

Holistic vet Rohini Sathish shares her top tips for keeping dogs healthy into old age

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