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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
Growing evidence shows that magnolia bark effectively combats cancer, as Dr Harald Gaier accidentally discovered while offering 'supportive care' to two patients with tumours
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
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
Yet another review has concluded that homeopathy doesn't work—and, yet again, bad science seems to be at play. Even the ombudsman has become interested this time.
If you want to protect your mental faculties and ward off the threat of Alzheimer's (and who doesn't), start splashing extra-virgin olive oil on your salad.
It's nothing to do with the brain—autism can be checked and even reversed by focusing on the gut, a major review has concluded.
Older people who are taking aspirin as a just-in-case preventative against heart disease might want to think again after new research has discovered the drug carries a far higher risk of fatal stomach bleeding than was previously thought.
When it comes to cancer-fighting foods, you have to know your onions...red onions, in fact. They are the most effective in the onion family because they have two chemicals that kill cancer cells, scientists have discovered this week.