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Mushrooms can reduce the risk of breast cancer by 64 per cent—as WDDTY's March issue revealed—and they can also keep you mentally sharp as you get older.
The clampdown on CBD (cannabidiol) oils—which would have seen products removed from shelves throughout the 28 countries of the European Union (EU)—is being reconsidered.
More than 30 per cent of cases of measles contributing to the 'epidemic' that has sparked the clamp-down on anti-vaxxers are nothing more than reactions to the vaccine.
Chemicals around the home are making men less fertile—and researchers were able to pin-point the cause because the same thing is happening to the family dog.
Just when you thought it was safe to have a dental filling after the quiet demise of amalgam (which is 50% mercury), your dentist may soon be using a new compound that helps make car bumpers strong and protects wood decking.
Chemotherapy and radiotherapy are standard approaches to slow the growth of colon cancer—but high-intensity exercise can have the same positive effect, a new study has found.
A glass or two of alcohol can help us live longer when we reach the age of 65—but it can take years off the lives of younger drinkers, say researchers who think this explains the contradictory health advice we've been getting about drinking.
All placebos work—and that's true for the psychological type as well, researchers have found.
Despite what the medical dogma may be saying, it's the part of the cannabis plant that makes you high that has the greatest therapeutic value, a major review has discovered.