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Most drug development of late has focused on cancer and rare diseases because these are the main two areas that can tolerate exorbitant pricing, sometimes in excess of $1 million per treatment


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ANH-Intl looks at what GP's could do other than prescrbing drugs


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Do you think about where your food comes from? Food doesn’t just magically appear on supermarket shelves, in groceries, butchers or fishmongers.


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Shouldn’t we stop injecting children with aluminium based on what we now know?


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The following is an abbreviated version of Jerome Burne’s article, ‘Most new cancer drugs won’t let you live longer or improve your quality of life.’


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At the start of this millennium, of the 252 pharmaceutical drugs considered by the World Health Organization (WHO) to be basic and essential,


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Broccoli is one of those veggies that people seem to either love or loathe. Although we all can’t agree on whether it’s tasty or not, there’s at least one thought that’s universal: it’s healthy.


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Regular intake of celery in any form is good for blood pressure.


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A new bill in Congress pushes for more transparency, which is definitely needed.


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Banana peels contain salicylic acid, a common ingredient in over-the-counter wart removers


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Generally speaking, just one laser treatment won’t do the trick.


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Ginger helps improve male impotence


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Health Issues

UK-based trade group the Health Food Manufacturers Association (HFMA) has written a formal letter of complaint to the BBC about a controversial BBC2 Horizon programme about the food supplements industry.

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Consumers are demanding BPA-free products, but the alternatives are no safer. Despite this alarming data, nearly 81% of Americans have detectable levels of BPS in their urine.

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Widely promoted as a ‘safe’ and ‘healthy’ alternative way to quit smoking, the adoption of vaping has grown exponentially in recent years.

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