BEWARE THE CHINESE TAKEAWAY: It might affect your eyesight
Over our past year’s search for the best health regimes, the work of two people has particularly stood out. William Wolcott, the world's leading authority on metabolic typing (The Metabolic Typing Diet, Doubleday, 2000), and former director of...
When prescribing for the elderly, ‘start low and go slow’ is the golden rule. Starting with a third to half the recommended dosage may help eliminate potential ill effects (Geriatrics, 1996; 51: 26-30, 35). In addition, there’s a whole range of...
IT’S NOT FOR LIFE: Preterms can catch up with the rest of them
IT’S THE ENVIRONMENT: The cause of Tourette syndrome may have been pi
Q:My wife has suffered for many years from "restless legs". She has also suffered for some 10 years from almost permanent pain in the upper part of her back slightly to the left of her spine (view ...
* Common symptoms of type 1 diabetes include:
white spots (glucose-filled urine) on underwear
frequent bladder infections
Re vitiligo (WDDTY vol 15 no 1), why is it usually so symmetrical? There must be a central cause, especially in the CNS, as I do not know how any other system can cause a symmetrical defect.
WHEN THE WORM TURNS, the doctor diagnoses epilepsy
Shingles, an acute infection caused by varicella zoster (chickenpox) virus (VZV), can be an excruciating condition with painful skin blisters, generally down one side of the body,