Re your article ‘Diabetes: the real culprit’ (WDDTY vol 13 no 12), I am a 63-year-old type-II diabetic, diagnosed at the age of 50. I am also a biochemist/molecular biologist,
In 1996, WDDTY claimed that the so-called cures for osteoporosis may actually cause it (WDDTY, vol 6, no 12). Since then, nothing has changed. In fact, the situation has worsened.
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Studies estimating the lifetime risk of women with the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genetic mutation developing breast cancer may have exaggerated the risk by only looking at high-risk families
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Three of the first people in America caught in the AIDS epidemic were told nearly 20 years ago that they’d soon be in their graves.
Cancer is one of the greatest fears of modern societies. It squelches life too early in many cases and is often a difficult demise in later years. Many cancers are preventable with lifestyle changes. Keys are dietary deficiencies, excess fats and...
Diabetes, the seventh leading cause of death in the US with more than 800,000 new cases each year, is rapidly become a household word. While diabetes increased 33% nationwide from 1990 to 1998, it rose 70% among individuals aged 30-39! In "Diabetes...