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FEATURE 'How I beat alopecia'

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 3) /

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

NEWS One in three new drugs have serious—and sometimes deadly—safety issues

May 15th 2017 /

There's something seriously wrong with our drug approval processes. One in three drugs that pass all the usual checks before being given a licence are unsafe, and are causing serious—and sometimes deadly—health reactions in patients.

NEWS New drugs aren't being properly tested for their safety or effectiveness

May 10th 2017 /

New 'breakthrough' drugs are often being allowed onto the market as safe and effective treatments with minimal evidence—and drug companies are failing to provide any good research even five years after the drugs have been approved, a new study has found.

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 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

NEWS Alert on epilepsy drug after link to birth defects proven

April 26th 2017 /

Young and pregnant women are being warned not to take the epilepsy drug valproate—marketed as Epilim, Depakine, Depakote and Stavzor—because it's likely to cause birth defects in the newborn. 'Serious malformations' have been reported in up to 4,100 children born in France alone.

NEWS Low back pain is common—but medicine has few answers

April 12th 2017 /

Low back pain is one of the most common ailments, and half of those afflicted suffer with it their entire adult lives—but conventional medicine has no real answer.

NEWS Statins raise type 2 diabetes risk by 60 per cent

April 10th 2017 /

Cholesterol-lowering statins do raise the risk of type 2 diabetes, a major new review has confirmed. The risk can rise by as much as 60 per cent depending on the drug being taken.

NEWS Fat-soluble vitamins make antibiotics effective against the superbugs

April 3rd 2017 /

Fat-soluble vitamins can make antibiotics effective against superbugs, so-named because they have become resistant to the drugs.

FEATURE Good point

2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 1) /

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that really takes you to the edge,” said Maira Silva, a scientist based in London who suffered for more than a year with round-the-clock pain she likened to being repeatedly electrocuted.

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