As much as half of all cases of depression have a physical, rather than emotional or psychological, cause (Am J Psychiatry, 1981; 138: 629-35). Two conditions that are often missed by doctors are common:
One reader told us last week that she has been diagnosed with a berry (or brain) aneurysm. What can she do next? Very little, thinks one reader, other than to prevent it rupturing. Dietary copper is a good supplement that can help reduce this risk.
Fibromyalgia: The Muscle Pain Epidemic Is it ME by Another Name? (Part 1)
Schizophrenia - Before and After Treatment. ...she complained that she was experiencing visual and auditory hallucinations, the voices coming from outside of her head.
Revolutionary laser surgery for treating angina is dangerous, and at least 5 per cent of patients die soon after the operation, a damning new study has found.