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People are absorbing high levels of dangerous chemicals from popular sun creams and sprays. The chem...
Does grounding—where you put your bare feet on the grass or earth—really help ease pain?
Common pesticides sprayed on flowers raise blood pressure—and small children could be especially sensitive.
If you're going to eat bread, wholegrain rye is about the best for your health, researchers reckon.
Nobody seems able to agree whether coffee is good or bad for us—but the amount we can safely drink...
Eat walnuts if you have high blood pressure (hypertension). They contain compounds that can lower a blood pressure reading and re...
The body can renew itself—and that even goes for arteries that have started to stiffen as we get o...
Add some raspberries to your breakfast if you want to prevent—or even reverse—type 2 diabetes.
People who regularly take a sleeping pill are more likely to develop high blood pressure—and that means they are also in line to take another pharmaceutical, the antihypert...
The importance of high-dose vitamin C has been underlined yet again. Not only can it reverse cancer ...
It's axiomatic that blood is a good thing, and that not having enough of it is a bad thing
Consuming lots of fruit and vegetables can reduce your risk of high blood pressure, say British researchers
About 15 years ago, I started having complex partial seizures, also known as temporal lobe epilepsy
I have 'bumped into' WDDTY many times on the desks of fellow professionals, and I was always impress...
...ian researchers have shown that individuals with hypertension can substantially decrease their blood pressure by increasing dietary fibre and protein
Children with developmental and behavioural problems may have high blood concentrations of lead, according to a recent UK study
Contrary to the letter in WDDTY (vol 9, no 5), my family's experience of D'Adamo's blood type theory has been more convincing
I was disappointed with your lead article on blood type and diet (WDDTY, vol 9 no 2)
Each blood type possesses a different antigen with its own special chemical structure
Your hypertension case study (WDDTY, vol 8 no 5) has similarities to my own situation