FAT IS NOT ANYBODY'S ISSUE: It's only the symptom, not the cause
Mr J.P-H., a 47-year-old construction company chairman, consulted me with insomnia. He said he fell asleep normally, but woke at about 2.25 a.m. every night. He felt wide-awake instantly, and had no reason to wake up. On being asked what he did, ate...
Regular exercise provides a myriad of health benefits: it can prevent premature death and lower the risk of disorders associated with ageing. Yet, up to three-quarters of the older adult population do not currently exercise at the recommended levels...
Re WDDTY vol 13 no 11 and the news story about the heart-protective effects of red wine: this is now out of date and perpetuated by wine makers and people who want to continue to enjoy their wine.
Q I have a hiatus hernia and my doctors tell me that I need to have an operation. The only other course of action is a lifetime of Zantac. - PS, London
TO DRINK OR NOT TO DRINK: Is alcohol good for us or not?
The risk of heart disease steadily decreases as the intensity of exercise increases.
This month, Dr Uffe Ravnskov's cover story and Annemarie Colbin's Second Opinion (p 12) both offer potent evidence that the real cause of all the heart disease in the West may have little to do wi ...
HOORAY! THE DRUGS WORK: But then again, they don't
WHO NEEDS SUPPLEMENTS? Everyone, actually