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Ending knee pain without drugs or surgery

If you've been offered only a long list of drugs or surgery for your knee pain, pain specialist Dr Mitchell Yass has a simple alternative

Glossed over

New technology now allows every nail salon to offer gel nails that last an amazing three weeks. Cate Montana gets the lowdown on their safety profile

'How I beat melanoma'

Beata Bishop was given just six months to live when she refused surgery for melanoma. But more than 30 years later she's alive and well—all thanks to a nutritional therapy, she says

Preventing another heart attack

Even if you've already had a heart attack, this simple lifestyle blueprint may minimize your chances of suffering a second one.

High C and cancer

High doses of vitamin C can reverse some cancers—but only when delivered as an intravenous (IV) infusion

Latest news

NEWS Common drug for bladder problems linked to dementia

March 29th 2017 /

Doctors are routinely prescribing a drug to treat overactive bladder that can trigger dementia. The drug, Ditropan (oxybutynin), is given to around a quarter of elderly patients with the problem in the US, even though safer options are available.

NEWS Vets learn how to use acupuncture

March 29th 2017

Vets in Switzerland are being trained to use acupuncture on a herd of cows. It's part of a wider programme that will see more alternative therapies being introduced into veterinary practice, and especially as a substitute for antibiotics.

NEWS Need to pee at night? Eat less salt in the day

March 29th 2017

If you need to get up in the night to pee, you may be having too much salt in your diet. Although the new 'safe limits' are up to 12.5g of salt a day, these levels can trigger nocturia (night-time peeing).

NEWS Moderate drinking protects against angina, heart failure and stroke

March 27th 2017 /

Moderate alcohol drinking—which is around 10 small glasses of wine a week—does protect you against the most common diseases of the heart, such as angina, heart failure and stroke, but heavy drinking increases the risk, a major study has concluded.

NEWS Scientists make gluten-free bread that tastes and looks like your regular loaf

March 27th 2017

Great news this week if you're on a gluten-free diet. Scientists have come up with a way to bake bread that tastes and feels like a regular wheat loaf.

Latest features

FEATURE Ending knee pain without drugs or surgery

If you've been offered only a long list of drugs or surgery for your knee pain, pain specialist Dr Mitchell Yass has a simple alternative

FEATURE Glossed over

New technology now allows every nail salon to offer gel nails that last an amazing three weeks. Cate Montana gets the lowdown on their safety profile

FEATURE 'How I beat melanoma'

Beata Bishop was given just six months to live when she refused surgery for melanoma. But more than 30 years later she's alive and well—all thanks to a nutritional therapy, she says

FEATURE Natural born superbug killers

Dr Harald Gaier's favourite superherb can cure all manner of conditions, including superbug infections, as he discovered when he himself got MRSA

FEATURE Preventing another heart attack

Even if you've already had a heart attack, this simple lifestyle blueprint may minimize your chances of suffering a second one.

FEATURE High C and cancer

High doses of vitamin C can reverse some cancers—but only when delivered as an intravenous (IV) infusion


Previous features

FEATURE Preventing breast cancer

February 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 11) /

An industry-funded movement is afoot to put healthy women on bone-thinning and heart-risky drugs to prevent cancer. Celeste McGovern investigates the conventional advice and better alternatives.

FEATURE Fat Wars

February 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 11) /

It’s the sugar from carbs—not the fats from meat—that cause heart disease, and now doctors are finally beginning to agree

FEATURE Flower Power - 'How I beat eczema'

February 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 11) /

Leyla Mehmet swapped steroids for Chinese herbs to treat her daughter’s severe eczema, with amazing results

FEATURE Killer Weed

February 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 11)

Aromatherapist Andrea Butje offers her favourite recipes to eliminate pain of all varieties

FEATURE Snore no more

February 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 11) /

Simple lifestyle changes could be the answer to snoring and sleepless nights, says Harald Gaier

FEATURE The New Dangers of Vaping

February 2017 (Vol. 27 Issue 11) /

E-cigarettes were supposed to be the ‘safe’ way to wean yourself off tobacco. But, as Cate Montana learns, vaping comes with a new set of dangers

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