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The drugs don't work. But Celeste McGovern talks to one Alzheimer's sufferer who got his mind back with a morning "cocktail" and uncovers the mass of evidence you're not being told about the neurotoxin at the heart of the epidemic.
Menopause can mean a loss of libido for many women, plus many embarrassing symptoms. But renowned women's health expert Maryon Stewart has a variety of natural remedies that can work magic on your mojo.
Before drugs or even herbs, there was the laying on of hands, and it's now enjoying a renaissance, with many types to choose from. Cate Montana offers a roundup of the forms of spiritual healing with the most evidence.
Put the patient first and talk about diet and exercise instead of prescribing drugs, says a group of doctors in a bold manifesto for a new medicine.
Getting a puppy this Christmas? Holistic vet Rohini Sathish shares her recommendations for smoothing the transition and bringing up a healthy pup naturally
Are routine mammograms to detect breast cancer actually worth having? When you weigh up the low number of lives they're saving, and the high number of false cases they're detecting, it's all very marginal, a new study has concluded.
Some of the world's most common drugs for high blood pressure (hypertension) 'significantly' increase the risk of skin cancer, new research has discovered.
Standard medical theory maintains that saturated fats from our diet cause heart disease—but, far from causing it, new research has discovered that eating a little piece of cheese every day lowers your chances of ever getting the disease or suffering a stroke.
The placebo, or dummy pill, has always been used in drug tests. Now entrepreneur Robert Richman is taking it to the next stage—welcome the Xpill.