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Low-impact exercises to help relieve sciatic pain

Your doctor or physiotherapist has likely blamed that sciatic pain in your leg on problems with your spine, but as Dr Mitchell Yass argues, your back is not the culprit.

Are bacteria the secret cause of cancer?

People with cancer have a bacterial imbalance—and antibiotics can successfully kill tumors. So does all this herald a new way of understanding cancer?

Is eating farmed fish any better than eating junk food?

Filled with healthy good fats, salmon is considered a healthy superfish. But with the new 'aquabusiness' mainly stocking the supermarkets with farmed fish, Cate Montana begs to differ.

Mind-body techniques for treating an underactive thyroid

Marilyn Devonish suffered with extreme fatigue, memory loss and other thyroid-related problems—until she discovered the power of the mind-body connection

Spiky ball exercises to prevent injuries and release muscle tension

Spiky balls are everywhere now in stores and fitness studios, but exactly what are they good for and how do they work? Charlotte Watts handles them with care.

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NEWS Link between gum disease and some cancers proven by researchers

January 22nd 2018

It's already been established that there's a connection between bad gum disease—known as periodontitis—and heart disease, and now new evidence suggests that people with gum problems are 24 per cent more likely to develop cancer.

NEWS Alternative medicine "the same as pornography or tobacco", says university professor

January 19th 2018

Complementary and alternative medicine should be viewed in the same light as pornography, tobacco and gambling, a university professor has claimed, as they are all 'morally tainted'.

NEWS Not sleeping? Write a to-do list before you go to bed

January 18th 2018

If you suffer from insomnia, writing a 'to-do' list for the following day just before you go to bed could help you get a proper night's sleep.

NEWS 'Angelina Jolie' breast cancer gene not lethal—so wait before having mastectomy, researchers say

January 17th 2018

Women with the faulty BRCA gene have a higher risk of developing breast cancer, and have been inspired by movie star Angelina Jolie to have a preventive mastectomy—but it's a step too far, new research suggests. They have the same survival chances as other breast cancer patients, even if they've had a mastectomy.

NEWS Two breakthroughs in reversing 'incurable' tinnitus

January 15th 2018

Tinnitus—a persistent ringing in the ear—is thought to be incurable, but two new technologies are being tested that could finally improve, or even reverse, the problem.

Latest features

FEATURE Low-impact exercises to help relieve sciatic pain

Your doctor or physiotherapist has likely blamed that sciatic pain in your leg on problems with your spine, but as Dr Mitchell Yass argues, your back is not the culprit.

FEATURE Are bacteria the secret cause of cancer?

People with cancer have a bacterial imbalance—and antibiotics can successfully kill tumors. So does all this herald a new way of understanding cancer?

FEATURE Is eating farmed fish any better than eating junk food?

Filled with healthy good fats, salmon is considered a healthy superfish. But with the new 'aquabusiness' mainly stocking the supermarkets with farmed fish, Cate Montana begs to differ.

FEATURE Mind-body techniques for treating an underactive thyroid

Marilyn Devonish suffered with extreme fatigue, memory loss and other thyroid-related problems—until she discovered the power of the mind-body connection

FEATURE Spiky ball exercises to prevent injuries and release muscle tension

Spiky balls are everywhere now in stores and fitness studios, but exactly what are they good for and how do they work? Charlotte Watts handles them with care.

FEATURE The optimum diet for strong teeth and gums

There is such a thing as an optimum diet for your teeth and gums. Dentist Steven Lin offers the basic rules of the 'Dental Diet,' plus a few deliciously healthy recipes.


FEATURE Top tips for a dog with separation anxiety

January 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 10)

Holistic vet Rohini Sathish shares her top suggestions for a dog with separation anxiety

Previous features

FEATURE 'How I beat Alzheimer's'

December 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 9) /

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.

FEATURE Getting your groove back after menopause

December 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 9)

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.

FEATURE Hands of Light

December 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 9) /

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.

FEATURE Doctors' declaration of independence

December 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 9) /

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.

FEATURE Not just for Christmas

December 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 9) /

Getting a puppy this Christmas? Holistic vet Rohini Sathish shares her recommendations for smoothing the transition and bringing up a healthy pup naturally

FEATURE Yoga on the go

December 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 9)

If you're on the move or traveling for the holidays, you can still do effective exercise, even with no yoga mat in sight, says Charlotte Watts

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