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The latest evidence suggests that Alzheimer’s disease is, effectively, ‘diabetes’ of the brain. In fact, some researchers claim the two illnesses are so similar that Alzheimer’s should really be called ‘type 3 diabetes’. This might explain why a staggering 70 per cent people suffering from type 2 diabetes go on to develop Alzheimer’s, compared with only 10 per cent of the non-diabetic population who go on to develop the debilitating brain disorder.
Don’t put up with the pain of migraine, says naturopath Harald Gaier. Try these helpful herbs with a long history of use.
New research has revealed how the microbes in our gut influence our central nervous system, and healing these microorganisms may, in turn, be the answer to everything from spinal cord injury and stroke damage to mental illness. Celeste McGovern investigates
Around 8 per cent of cancer patients are dying within 15 days of starting treatment, a startling new study has discovered
Fitness fanatic David Roach was told he’d never exercise again after a back injury. But a therapy called myofascial release gave him his life back.
An Australian biochemist has developed and championed a revolutionary cure for skin cancer with a cream derived from a little-known nightshade.