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Arthritis of the knee isn't just one of those things that happen when we get older. It's a preventable disease, new research suggests.
Medical researchers have accused drug manufacturers and regulators of playing dirty tricks to conceal the real harm that is being done by the HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccines given to adolescent girls.
Something in the air seems to trigger rheumatoid arthritis, the disease of the immune system. 'Noxious airborne agents' have been blamed after researchers discovered that bricklayers and people in the concrete industry are three times more likely to develop the problem.
E-cigarettes or vaping really aren't the healthier option. Smoking one for just five minutes can start to damage the arteries, an early indicator of heart disease.
When it comes to drinking alcohol, little and often seems to be the maxim, especially if you want to reduce your risk of ever developing type 2 diabetes, the 'lifestyle disease'.
Vaccinated children are nearly four times more likely to suffer from learning disabilities, ADHD and autism, a major new study has discovered—and they are six times more likely to suffer from one of these neuro-developmental problems if they were also born prematurely.
Health advisers have got it seriously wrong when it comes to preventing heart disease, say doctors. Under new guidelines, virtually everyone should start taking cholesterol-lowering statins when they retire—and that should be ringing alarm bells of over-medicalisation.