More than 10,000 cases of cancer of the prostate, the walnut-sized gland that sits just below the bladder, are diagnosed every year in the UK. It is the second-most common cause of cancer deaths
ASPIRIN: Not quite the wonder drug, after all
The UK government seems determined to press ahead with planned extensions of water fluoridation schemes in the UK. This is despite many warnings and much evidence
My sister, who lives in Holland, is a Parkinson’s patient who is treating her condition with marijuana - or derivatives of it. In the last couple of months, Dutch doctors have been allowed to prescribe marijuana-based medication for Parkinson’s,
At the end of your report on solar keratoses (WDDTY vol 15 no 3), you remind us of the reader who cured basal cell carcinoma with aloe vera. I had the same result with colloidal silver, which I dabbed onto the damaged area morning and night for two...
Bedrest, which is often recommended as a therapy for everything from backache to the complications of pregnancy, does not help, and may even hinder, recovery from some illnesses.
Q About a year ago, I was given a spinal injection for a suspected hernia which has left me with a very painful lower back. Have you come across other people with long-term lower-back pain
I was refiling WDDTY vol 15 no 8, when it fell open to page 8, where two headlines are ‘Polycystic problems’ and ‘Chronic cold sores’.