A practice that has been used since the 1950s to treat sciatica is of no benefit and does not reduce the need for surgery, researchers have found. ...
THE DRUGS DON'T WORK, PART 4,961: This time they do nothing for bronc
Re the excellent report on AIDS and HIV (WDDTY vol 13 no 11), vested pharmaceutical interests have been responsible for fundamental misunderstandings concerning the nature of AIDS and the use of AZT,
Patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) treated with high-dose steroids appear to develop osteonecrosis (bone death) within one month of starting the therapy, according to a new report.
Sciatica - pain along the large sciatic nerve that runs from the lower back down the back of each leg - can be severe and debilitating. As with so many chronic conditions, the treatment gets progressively more aggressive the longer the problem...
What is bronchitis? Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchial tubes that bring air to the lungs. When irritated, they swell, preventing cilia (tiny hairs) from clearing the passages. Mucus builds up, stimulating a reflex to clear them - a cough...
What is vitiligo?
Vitiligo is progressive depigmentation of the skin, leaving white, clearly defined patches, sometimes symmetrical, on the body. It often runs in families and can appear early in life.
Since 1990, in the very first volume of What Doctors Don’t Tell You, we’ve shared with our readers our growing suspicion that AIDS was more than simply an infection.
Dr Mohammed Ali Al-Bayati is a toxicologist and pathologist whose California-based company, Toxi-Health, investigates the toxicity of chemicals and prescription drugs in the environment and the workplace,
* AIDS in haemophiliacs is clearly related to the use of corticosteroids and other immunosuppressive agents used to prevent the development of antibodies to factors VIII and IX,