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August

  • Organic benefits questioned (8/08/2014)
  • February

  • Candle warning (11/02/2013)
  • May

  • Juggling improves brain wiring (12/05/2011)
  • Popular youngsters are healthy adults (10/05/2011)
  • Waist measurement key to health (8/05/2011)
  • Loneliness can be deadly (6/05/2011)
  • Working mums’ kids less healthy (2/05/2011)
  • April

  • Beer could help bones (30/04/2011)
  • Smokers risk dementia (28/04/2011)
  • Parent’s stress link to asthma (24/04/2011)
  • Avoid self-help to feel better (22/04/2011)
  • Uncut carrots more healthy (20/04/2011)
  • Internet useful in fight against depression (18/04/2011)
  • Green tea reduces stroke risk (16/04/2011)
  • Video games improve vision (14/04/2011)
  • Right ear more efficient (12/04/2011)
  • Vitamin C lowers gout risk (8/04/2011)
  • Imaginary friends beneficial (6/04/2011)
  • Swearing reduces pain (4/04/2011)
  • Hoarding is genetic (2/04/2011)
  • March

  • Liquorice warning on pregnant women (31/03/2011)
  • More benefits from Mediterranean diet (29/03/2011)
  • Pill influences mate preference (27/03/2011)
  • Older women sleep better than men (25/03/2011)
  • Sweet treats linked to violence (23/03/2011)
  • More will live to 100 (21/03/2011)
  • Playgroup guilt (19/03/2011)
  • Plastics making boys “feminine” (17/03/2011)
  • Meditation aids heart (15/03/2011)
  • Processed foods link to depression (13/03/2011)
  • Happy marriage is a smart wife (11/03/2011)
  • Bosses’ health suffers (9/03/2011)
  • White wine damages teeth (7/03/2011)
  • Green spaces benefit health (5/03/2011)
  • Shamed into washing their hands (5/03/2011)
  • Memory not best dementia symptom (3/03/2011)
  • Men should express their emotions (1/03/2011)
  • February

  • Reducing climate change benefits health (28/02/2011)
  • Tea, coffee guards against diabetes (26/02/2011)
  • Avoid lying down in early labor (24/02/2011)
  • High EQ, better sex (22/02/2011)
  • Meat, dairy increase prostate cancer risk (20/02/2011)
  • Tropics breeds girls (18/02/2011)
  • Sisters spread happiness (16/02/2011)
  • Lavender eases horror (14/02/2011)
  • Pause before drinking hot tea (12/02/2011)
  • Caution on winter dieting (10/02/2011)
  • Gesticulating babies more intelligent (8/02/2011)
  • Teen depression link to TV (6/02/2011)
  • Winter blues explained (4/02/2011)
  • Caesarian affects maternal bonding (2/02/2011)
  • January

  • Sick leave indicator of future health (31/01/2011)
  • Waist measurement accurate guide to health (29/01/2011)
  • Hope for grey hair reversal (27/01/2011)
  • Cut caffeine in pregnancy (25/01/2011)
  • TV sex link to teen pregnancy (23/01/2011)
  • Migraine, breast cancer link (21/01/2011)
  • Swap fried food with fruit, veg (19/01/2011)
  • Heat stroke solution (17/01/2011)
  • Youngsters missing crucial sleep (13/01/2011)
  • Eat your greens (11/01/2011)
  • Drink water before meals (9/01/2011)
  • Moment on lips, a lifetime on hips (7/01/2011)
  • Only-children have good social skills (5/01/2011)
  • Job gender bias revealed (3/01/2011)
  • Warning on tongue piercings (1/01/2011)
  • December

  • Hormones influence shopping habits (30/12/2010)
  • Sleep secrets found (28/12/2010)
  • Large waist risk (26/12/2010)
  • Arthritis risk from exercise (24/12/2010)
  • Violent viewing leads to aggression (22/12/2010)
  • Night light leads to obesity (20/12/2010)
  • Bad job bad for health (18/12/2010)
  • Pesticides link to ADHD (16/12/2010)
  • Colour preferences explained (14/12/2010)
  • Happiness comes from environment (12/12/2010)
  • Chest compressions best in CPR (10/12/2010)
  • Mint tea pain relief (3/12/2010)
  • Grumpiness helps clear-thinking (1/12/2010)
  • November

  • Accents learnt in the womb (29/11/2010)
  • Kids’ behaviour link to smoking (27/11/2010)
  • Weight risk link to blood clots (25/11/2010)
  • Lie still for pregnancy success (23/11/2010)
  • Grey hair in the genes (21/11/2010)
  • Loneliness contagious (19/11/2010)
  • Oestrogen link to sluggishness (17/11/2010)
  • 8 reasons to see GP (15/11/2010)
  • Gut germs key to allergies (13/11/2010)
  • Walking prevents cancer (11/11/2010)
  • Banana, broccoli aid stomach (9/11/2010)
  • Limit big breakfast fry-up (7/11/2010)
  • Baby painkiller warning (5/11/2010)
  • Maths an innate ability (3/11/2010)
  • Students should walk, cycle to reduce back pain (1/11/2010)
  • October

  • Technique aids back pain (30/10/2010)
  • First time mums take greater risks (28/10/2010)
  • Partners resemble our parents (26/10/2010)
  • Warning on burning incense (24/10/2010)
  • Children become caring at eight (22/10/2010)
  • Pet dog could increases snoring risk (20/10/2010)
  • Beer increases need for hospital visits (13/10/2010)
  • Coffee could help dementia (11/10/2010)
  • Music can help the heart (9/10/2010)
  • Kids activity guarantees sleep (7/10/2010)
  • Dairy helps kids live longer (5/10/2010)
  • Divorce dangerous for health (3/10/2010)
  • Caffeine false stimulant (1/10/2010)
  • September

  • Guinness benefits heart (29/09/2010)
  • Processed meat leads to heart disease, diabetes (27/09/2010)
  • Wide girth link to dementia (25/09/2010)
  • Bad moods good for you (23/09/2010)
  • Shortness raises heart risk (21/09/2010)
  • White rice boosts diabetes risk (19/09/2010)
  • Midnight munchies damages teeth (17/09/2010)
  • Diet vital for asthma (15/09/2010)
  • Pollution risks blood pressure (13/09/2010)
  • Bed sharing impacts brain (11/09/2010)
  • Driver deluded on performance (9/09/2010)
  • Angry, attractive women have the edge (7/09/2010)
  • TV-viewing link to death (5/09/2010)
  • Caffeine affects boys more (3/09/2010)
  • Big bums, thighs healthy (1/09/2010)
  • August

  • Marriage good for health (30/08/2010)
  • Exercise a myth for monthly pain relief (28/08/2010)
  • Facial features predict longevity (26/08/2010)
  • Women More Touchy (24/08/2010)
  • Happiness decreases heart disease risk (22/08/2010)
  • Energy drinks increase blood pressure (20/08/2010)
  • Overweight drinkers face a double whammy (17/08/2010)
  • Baldness link to lowered cancer risk (14/08/2010)
  • Ecstasy users memory damage (12/08/2010)
  • Third-hand smoke a new danger (10/08/2010)
  • Sweet-tooth link to future risk (7/08/2010)
  • Birthday Link to Food Allergies (4/08/2010)
  • Brain Drain Theory Challenged (1/08/2010)
  • July

  • Green Tea Good for Teeth (29/07/2010)
  • Insomnia Damages Brain (27/07/2010)
  • Cut High GI Foods for Healthy Heart (26/07/2010)
  • The Anti-Alzheimer’s Diet (23/07/2010)
  • Exercise Benefits to Pregnant Mums (20/07/2010)
  • Overtime Link to Heart Disease (17/07/2010)
  • Exercise Boost Needed (14/07/2010)
  • Exercise boosts memory (12/07/2010)
  • Eucalyptus Eases Cravings (11/07/2010)
  • Unmade beds are healthier (9/07/2010)
  • Smoking damages IQ (8/07/2010)
  • February

  • Romatic Comedies Ruin Your Love Life (10/02/2010)
  • September

  • Soy Study Casts Doubts on Sperm (8/09/2009)
  • Being Single Impacts Dementia Risk (5/09/2009)
  • Older Men Should Use It Or Lose It (2/09/2009)
  • August

  • Do Not Sleep on Big Decisions (30/08/2009)
  • Running the Secret to Long Life (27/08/2009)
  • Which Diet Best for Breeding Success (24/08/2009)
  • Pregnancy Diet Increases Childs Obesity and Diabetes Risk (21/08/2009)
  • Smoking and Obesity Linked to Hearing Loss (18/08/2009)
  • Hair Provides Little Sun Protection (15/08/2009)
  • Male Marital Strife All in the Genes (12/08/2009)
  • Bipolar Link to Older Fathers (9/08/2009)
  • Memories Hurt More Than Physical Pain (6/08/2009)
  • Exercise In Old Age Slows Memory Loss (3/08/2009)
  • July

  • Sunshine Helps Control Pain (31/07/2009)
  • Take the Stairs - Not the Lift (28/07/2009)
  • Emotions Can Be Deadly (25/07/2009)
  • TV Viewing Linked to Asthma Rates (19/07/2009)
  • Older Dads - Slower Kids (16/07/2009)
  • Long Work Hours Link to Diabetes (13/07/2009)
  • Obesity Shortens Your Life (10/07/2009)
  • Barbequed Meat Link to Death Risk (7/07/2009)
  • Household Chemicals Affect Fertility (4/07/2009)
  • Nut Allergies On The Rise (2/07/2009)
  • Quick Workouts Benefit Metabolism (1/07/2009)
  • June

  • Colds and Flu Affect Driving (28/06/2009)
  • Golfers: Don't Over-Think (25/06/2009)
  • Pregnancy Loss Linked to Later Problems (22/06/2009)
  • Coffee Causes Delusions (19/06/2009)
  • May

  • Snoring Burns Calories (25/05/2009)
  • Night Terrors Possibly Inherited (22/05/2009)
  • Distractions Reduce Brain Function (19/05/2009)
  • Yawn To Cool The Brain (16/05/2009)
  • Head-Banger Warning (13/05/2009)
  • Exercise At Work Boosts Efficiency (9/05/2009)
  • April

  • Intelligence Linked to Sperm Quality (17/04/2009)
  • Bad Bosses Damage Health (14/04/2009)
  • Happiness is Contagious (11/04/2009)
  • Attitude Link to Cancer Risk (8/04/2009)
  • Lose Kilos and Gain Sex Drive (5/04/2009)
  • March

  • Running Slows Ageing Process (30/03/2009)
  • Clumsy and Shy Kids at Risk of Obesity (27/03/2009)
  • Keeping Busy but Calm for Brain Health (24/03/2009)
  • Reduce Pollution and Increase Life (21/03/2009)
  • Women Have an Eye for Cuteness (18/03/2009)
  • February

  • Puberty Linked to Environment (17/02/2009)
  • December

  • Tea As Good As Water (16/12/2008)
  • Bed Sharing Effects Brain (11/12/2008)
  • September

  • Pill Could Snuff Out Mate Detector (3/09/2008)
  • August

  • Compliments As Good As Cash! (30/08/2008)
  • June

  • Hand-writing Studied for Disease, Crime (2/06/2008)
  • May

  • Babies Size People Up (30/05/2008)
  • Are Curvaceous Woman More Intelligent? (27/05/2008)
  • Survival Hereditary Finds Study (21/05/2008)
  • Slimming Down Cuts Cancer Risk (18/05/2008)
  • Macho Attitude Leads to Speeding (17/05/2008)
  • Caesarian Risk to Mother & Baby (14/05/2008)
  • Men's Humour Funnier, More Aggressive (11/05/2008)
  • Computer Games No Substitute for Activity (8/05/2008)
  • Busy Shopping Strips Damage Lungs (5/05/2008)
  • Small Babies Risk Anxiety (2/05/2008)
  • April

  • Why Brain Slows With Age (29/04/2008)
  • Higher Wine Prices Increase Enjoyment (26/04/2008)
  • Inactivity Leads to Mental Problems (23/04/2008)
  • Sunlight Helps Eye-Sight (20/04/2008)
  • Meditation Helps ADHD (17/04/2008)
  • City-Living Linked to Breast Cancer (14/04/2008)
  • Migraine Sufferers' Brain is Different (11/04/2008)
  • Active Mothers Have Active Children (8/04/2008)
  • Why Scratching Brings Relief (5/04/2008)
  • Sugary Drinks Blamed for Surge in Male Gout (2/04/2008)
  • March

  • Tri-Athletes Should Acclimatize to Heat (31/03/2008)
  • Pregnant Women Should Avoid Coffee (28/03/2008)
  • Mobile Phones Prevent Sleep (25/03/2008)
  • Women Suffer More from Shift Work (22/03/2008)
  • Calcium Link to Heart Attacks (19/03/2008)
  • Poor Sleep a Diabetes Risk (16/03/2008)
  • Chocolate Benefits Questioned (13/03/2008)
  • Women Warned Not to Eat Chips (10/03/2008)
  • September

  • Mum's Should Avoid Yo-Yo Diets (24/09/2007)
  • Restless Legs in the Genes (21/09/2007)
  • Troubling Memories Can Be Suppressed (18/09/2007)
  • Female Twin Less Likely to Marry (15/09/2007)
  • Obese Friends Raise Obesity Stakes (12/09/2007)
  • Diesel Increases Heart Risek (9/09/2007)
  • Herbal Cold Remedy Works (6/09/2007)
  • Four Hours Travel Increases Clot Risk (3/09/2007)
  • August

  • A Night on the Town Damages Hearing (31/08/2007)
  • Wealth Linked to Child Obesity (28/08/2007)
  • Colds Explained (6/08/2007)
  • July

  • Zinc could cut infection incidence in over 55s (1/07/2007)
  • June

  • Child Poisoning in the Home - Prevention (11/06/2007)
  • May

  • Perfectionists more prone to IBS (5/05/2007)
  • Office workers DVT risk (2/05/2007)
  • April

  • Brushing teeth linked to rare seizure (29/04/2007)
  • Psychological torture equivalent to physical abuse (26/04/2007)
  • Fish diet healthy for unborn babes (23/04/2007)
  • Personality traits affect immunity (20/04/2007)
  • Genes may be to blame for children's bad behaviour (17/04/2007)
  • Mind/body connection linked to disease (14/04/2007)
  • Stress damages brain cells (12/04/2007)
  • Juice cuts Alzheimer's risk (10/04/2007)
  • February

  • Shift work linked to prostate cancer (13/02/2007)
  • Breath while lifting weights, warn experts. (10/02/2007)
  • Graffiti linked to personality disorder (7/02/2007)
  • Nature versus Nurture (4/02/2007)
  • Mobile phone addicts stressed (1/02/2007)
  • January

  • Green tea boosts health (28/01/2007)
  • Juices could cut dementia risk (25/01/2007)
  • Emotions affect lung health (22/01/2007)
  • Obesity risks ovarian cancer (19/01/2007)
  • Flakes better than puffs for breakfast (16/01/2007)
  • September

  • Puberty Link to Insomnia (15/09/2006)
  • Babies Grapple with Maths (12/09/2006)
  • August

  • Got A Tough Decision? Forget It! (8/08/2006)
  • Chocolate Not Always A Mood Booster (5/08/2006)
  • Energy Drinks Mask Alcohol Effects (2/08/2006)
  • July

  • Snap Shot of Australian Lonliness (30/07/2006)
  • Exercising With Others is Better for Your Brain! (27/07/2006)
  • Coffee Affects People Differently (24/07/2006)
  • Soft Drinks Stack on the Kilos (21/07/2006)
  • Obesity Increases Car Fatality Risk (18/07/2006)
  • Depression Linked to Gene (15/07/2006)
  • Reflux Explained (12/07/2006)
  • June

  • Skiers Burn Worse on Powder Snow (15/06/2006)
  • March

  • Babies Grapple with Maths (30/03/2006)
  • Love Does Hurt (29/03/2006)
  • Obesity Factors In Toddlers Pinpointed (26/03/2006)
  • Breathing Techniques Aid Asthmatics (23/03/2006)
  • Mobile Text Warning (20/03/2006)
  • Couch Potatoes Learn Skills (17/03/2006)
  • Exercise Reduces Dementia Risk (14/03/2006)
  • A Little Weight May Be Healthy! (10/03/2006)
  • New Diet Gets Thumbs Up from GP's (7/03/2006)
  • Shift Work Harmful?! (3/03/2006)
  • February

  • Lie Down and Get Smart! (27/02/2006)
  • November

  • Sleep Disorder Hope (2/11/2005)
  • October

  • Lead Pollution could cause Criminality (30/10/2005)
  • Size Does Not Count! (27/10/2005)
  • A Laugh a Day Keeps the Doctor Away (24/10/2005)
  • Mobile Mania (21/10/2005)
  • Pill Linked to Depression (18/10/2005)
  • September

  • Music in the Mind (2/09/2005)
  • August

  • Stress ravages the body (31/08/2005)
  • July

  • Ageing Accelerated by Obesity, Smoking (27/07/2005)
  • June

  • Mountains Good For Health (28/06/2005)
  • Love Does Hurt (25/06/2005)
  • May

  • Secret to Attraction In Hormones (2/05/2005)
  • April

  • Why We're More Frazzled Than Ever. (28/04/2005)
  • Mobile Phone Warning for Children (11/04/2005)
  • TV Could Cure Chocolate Addiction! (8/04/2005)
  • Curing Properties of Chamomile Tea (5/04/2005)
  • March

  • Mozzies Prefer Tantalizing Smells (20/03/2005)
  • Alchol A Deadly Brew (17/03/2005)
  • Footy a Pain in the Head! (14/03/2005)
  • February

  • Love Safely and Responsibly this Valentine's Day (13/02/2005)
  • January

  • Trick to Orgasm in the Mind (24/01/2005)
  • December

  • Weekend Peak SIDS Time (30/12/2004)
  • Exercise Crucial to Heart Health (28/12/2004)
  • Dark Chocolate Good for Blood (26/12/2004)
  • Massages Don't Reduce Pain or Muscle Fatigue (24/12/2004)
  • Left Is Right (22/12/2004)
  • Tea Tree Oil Helps Gums (20/12/2004)
  • How To Live Longer (18/12/2004)
  • Walking Reduces Dementia (16/12/2004)
  • Dance Music Risk To Lungs (14/12/2004)
  • More Damning Passive Smoking Evidence (12/12/2004)
  • Traditional Medicines Have Benefits (10/12/2004)
  • Why Premature Boys Struggle (8/12/2004)
  • Hypnosis Helps Male Smokers More (6/12/2004)
  • Coffee Could Hinder Brain (4/12/2004)
  • Endometriosis - Red Meat Linked (2/12/2004)
  • November

  • Ovarian Cancer Risks Reduced In Late Childbearing (30/11/2004)
  • TV-Viewing Linked To Health Risks (28/11/2004)
  • Mobiles Could Damage Fertility (26/11/2004)
  • Anti-Cholesterol Drugs Blamed for Increased Inc idence of Alzheimer's Disease (23/11/2004)
  • Midnight Munchies: the Myth Exposed (22/11/2004)
  • Blind Infants Have Better Musical Talents (21/11/2004)
  • Fertility Warning On Low Carb Diets (19/11/2004)
  • Merck Announces Worldwide Recall of Arthritis Drug Vioxx (16/11/2004)
  • October

  • Flu warning in pregnancy (6/10/2004)
  • Midnight munchies: the myth exposed (4/10/2004)
  • Men can't help themselves (3/10/2004)
  • Fitness pays long-term dividends (1/10/2004)
  • September

  • Cancer risk: salt and aspirin (29/09/2004)
  • Cohabitating men are happier (23/09/2004)
  • Garlic could hold cancer drug (20/09/2004)
  • Gentle exercise best for the unfit (17/09/2004)
  • Xenical (15/09/2004)
  • Childhood asthma rates drop (14/09/2004)
  • June

  • Love is blind (15/06/2004)
  • May

  • Sleep Makes Us Smarter! (26/05/2004)
  • Pelvis Rocking Doesn't Help Labour! (23/05/2004)
  • Depression Seen in Brain Structure. (20/05/2004)
  • Exercise a Brain Booster! (17/05/2004)
  • Coffee Boosts Stress Levels! (14/05/2004)
  • Bitchy Gossip could be in the Genes! (11/05/2004)
  • Three Apples a day keeps the Doctor Away! (8/05/2004)
  • Teenage Brains Lack Motivation (5/05/2004)
  • Celebrity Obsession Link to Mental Illness! (4/05/2004)
  • April

  • Stress Increases Women,s Alcohol Consumption! (29/04/2004)
  • Atkins Diet could cause moodswings & gout! (26/04/2004)
  • Hold the Water when ill! (23/04/2004)
  • Antibacterial Soaps Don't Stop Infections! (19/04/2004)
  • October

  • Stream school classes: researchers (31/10/2003)
  • Brain study reveals emotion-immunity link (28/10/2003)
  • Brain food (25/10/2003)
  • Good news for chocolate lovers (23/10/2003)
  • Seeing the funny side of age (22/10/2003)
  • Ancient Persians knew how to fix a headache (19/10/2003)
  • Loosen neck-tie for eye health (16/10/2003)
  • HRT concern (13/10/2003)
  • Sun could lower MS risk (10/10/2003)
  • Fake tan warning (7/10/2003)
  • A tipple could help weight loss (4/10/2003)
  • Language, memory helped by music (1/10/2003)
  • September

  • Fear inherited (28/09/2003)
  • Fighting passive smoking (25/09/2003)
  • Depression link to disruption in children (22/09/2003)
  • Boosting the prostate (19/09/2003)
  • Brain clue to stress (16/09/2003)
  • Smack warning (13/09/2003)
  • Singers beware (10/09/2003)
  • Alcoholism's affect on children (7/09/2003)
  • Use it or lose it (4/09/2003)
  • Opposites don't attract (1/09/2003)
  • August

  • Boys link to miscarriage (29/08/2003)
  • Stress damages immunity (26/08/2003)
  • What's in a name? (23/08/2003)
  • Sweaty armpits key to calm (20/08/2003)
  • Aggressive kids risk heart disease (17/08/2003)
  • Celebrity diet could be safe (14/08/2003)
  • Hope for bad breath sufferers (11/08/2003)
  • Warning against dieting before pregnancy (8/08/2003)
  • Snoring link to headaches (5/08/2003)
  • Dogs can cause blindness (2/08/2003)
  • July

  • Pool chemicals blamed for asthma rise (30/07/2003)
  • Worry linked to cancer (27/07/2003)
  • Handsome face, best sperm (24/07/2003)
  • Video games boost brain power (21/07/2003)
  • Breast screening saves lives (18/07/2003)
  • Personality matures with age (15/07/2003)
  • Song lyrics cause aggression (12/07/2003)
  • Asthma connection to depression (9/07/2003)
  • Computers overtake doctors on the sporting field (6/07/2003)
  • Australians increasingly obese (3/07/2003)
  • June

  • Herbal tea could damage teeth (30/06/2003)
  • Patients ignore doctors' advice (27/06/2003)
  • Fibre key to preventing cancer (24/06/2003)
  • Sperm damaged by pollution (21/06/2003)
  • Great art caused by poor eyesight (18/06/2003)
  • Alcohol problems start in the womb (15/06/2003)
  • Yoghurt helps midriff (12/06/2003)
  • Pill could cause cancer (9/06/2003)
  • Plastics in child products linked to illness (6/06/2003)
  • X-ray warning (3/06/2003)
  • May

  • Ban smoking, cut heart attack rate (31/05/2003)
  • Broken hearts can lead to death (28/05/2003)
  • Marriage: not all wedded bliss (25/05/2003)
  • Red heads respond better to painkillers (22/05/2003)
  • Cut sugar, cut obesity: experts warn (19/05/2003)
  • Hollywood diet may damage kidneys (16/05/2003)
  • Soya possible culprit for nut allergy (13/05/2003)
  • Breast implant warning (10/05/2003)
  • Thigh-length link to diabetes (7/05/2003)
  • Stupidity could be curable (4/05/2003)
  • Soldiers almost drunk with fatigue (1/05/2003)
  • April

  • Vitamins help diabetics (28/04/2003)
  • Computer injuries on the rise (25/04/2003)
  • Sexual attraction - it's all in the lips (22/04/2003)
  • Sleep deprivation critical in children (19/04/2003)
  • Aspirin: further benefits revealed (16/04/2003)
  • Exercise helps baby's gestation (13/04/2003)
  • Tomboy gene (10/04/2003)
  • Fertility treatment over 50 (7/04/2003)
  • Telly troubles (4/04/2003)
  • Alcohol increases risk of breast cancer (1/04/2003)
  • March

  • When sex is a headache (29/03/2003)
  • Fish is memory food (26/03/2003)
  • Cot death possible link to mattress (23/03/2003)
  • Depression hits children (20/03/2003)
  • Death: the world statistics (17/03/2003)
  • Stress a heart killer (14/03/2003)
  • Cancer risk decreases with exercise (11/03/2003)
  • Beer ensures bone health (8/03/2003)
  • Toll on teenage back problems (5/03/2003)
  • Spiritual events explained (2/03/2003)
  • February

  • Muscle training aids diabetes (27/02/2003)
  • Pets alleviate stress (24/02/2003)
  • Flies in the face of disease (21/02/2003)
  • Smoking increases girls' breast cancer risk (18/02/2003)
  • Measuring up the male member (15/02/2003)
  • Wife's healthy mind helps husband's healthy heart (12/02/2003)
  • Breast checking doubt (9/02/2003)
  • Sausage warning (6/02/2003)
  • Why women live longer (3/02/2003)
  • January

  • Mood food (31/01/2003)
  • Pet power (29/01/2003)
  • Plants boost indoor air quality (27/01/2003)
  • Keep your head above water this Australia Day long weekend (24/01/2003)
  • Stretching: the facts (22/01/2003)
  • Asthma concern on antibiotics (19/01/2003)
  • Baldness points to cancer (16/01/2003)
  • Chocolate, coffee potential new weapon in cancer war (13/01/2003)
  • Romantic jealousy found in feet, hands (11/01/2003)
  • Bed wetting explained (8/01/2003)
  • Fat linked to Alzheimer's (5/01/2003)
  • Lullabies the secret to sleep (2/01/2003)
  • December

  • Driveways should be fenced - experts (30/12/2002)
  • Smaller women have all the luck (27/12/2002)
  • Even light smokers at risk of dying (24/12/2002)
  • Hairdressing chemicals pose risk to birth defects (21/12/2002)
  • Further links between obesity and heart failure found (18/12/2002)
  • Cereal as unhealthy as biscuits (15/12/2002)
  • Batting first bad for bowlers (11/12/2002)
  • Grapefruit warning (8/12/2002)
  • Middle age crucial to alcohol benefits (5/12/2002)
  • The fairer the sex, the healthier (2/12/2002)
  • November

  • Seeing is believing (26/11/2002)
  • Why cuddles feel so good (23/11/2002)
  • Think young, be young (20/11/2002)
  • New weapon in weight control (17/11/2002)
  • Women's brains wired for emotion (14/11/2002)
  • Fewer children, little breastfeeding, more cancer (11/11/2002)
  • Smoking linked to autism (9/11/2002)
  • HRT concern (8/11/2002)
  • Obesity linked to bowel cancer (5/11/2002)
  • Finally, the full facts on smoking (2/11/2002)
  • October

  • Beethoven to the Beatles: what makes musicians tick (30/10/2002)
  • Candle warning (27/10/2002)
  • Snuffing pain (24/10/2002)
  • Mobile phone alarm (21/10/2002)
  • Mothering studies (18/10/2002)
  • Diet link to Alzheimer's (15/10/2002)
  • Beliefs influence bereavement (12/10/2002)
  • Age determines personality traits (9/10/2002)
  • Live like a Greek to keep cancer at bay (6/10/2002)
  • Sleep to success (3/10/2002)
  • Mothers get more sleep than other women - survey (3/10/2002)
  • September

  • Depression linked to Parkinson's (30/09/2002)
  • TV link to eating disorders (27/09/2002)
  • Anger link to brain problems (24/09/2002)
  • TV increases obesity (21/09/2002)
  • Eat your greens (18/09/2002)
  • Ovarian and breast cancer hope (15/09/2002)
  • Cot death: breastfeeding is best (12/09/2002)
  • Wine benefits heart and lungs (9/09/2002)
  • Chips alarm (6/09/2002)
  • Housework no help to fitness (3/09/2002)
  • August

  • Alcohol possible benefit to diabetes (31/08/2002)
  • Tea helps heart and bones (28/08/2002)
  • Vegetarian teens healthier (25/08/2002)
  • Passive smoke damages children's learning (22/08/2002)
  • Organic food: the facts (19/08/2002)
  • Disturbing obesity trend (16/08/2002)
  • Parents urged not to demand antibiotics (13/08/2002)
  • Placebo could help depression (10/08/2002)
  • Biological clock slows earlier (7/08/2002)
  • Allergies may be linked to childhood illness (4/08/2002)
  • Breast is best (1/08/2002)
  • July

  • Work stress risk to pregnancy (29/07/2002)
  • Spring and autumn see more strokes (25/07/2002)
  • Smoking effects sex of babies (22/07/2002)
  • Osteoporosis concern for men (19/07/2002)
  • Lifestyle more crucial than ethnicity in cancer (16/07/2002)
  • First-born heart disease risk (13/07/2002)
  • Sun may help cancer (10/07/2002)
  • Chocolate not always dreamy (7/07/2002)
  • Bread blamed for eye problems (4/07/2002)
  • Shampoo may cause early puberty (1/07/2002)
  • June

  • Swimming pool chemicals linked to health (28/06/2002)
  • Obesity increases risk of breast cancer (25/06/2002)
  • Fish the new heart food (22/06/2002)
  • Mammograms do save lives (19/06/2002)
  • Thumbs up (16/06/2002)
  • Laughter warning for asthmatics (13/06/2002)
  • Flatulence-friendly beans (10/06/2002)
  • Slip, slop slap a must for office workers (7/06/2002)
  • Warning to contact lens users (4/06/2002)
  • Sprout warning (1/06/2002)
  • May

  • Snapshot of a headache (29/05/2002)
  • Aspirin and tomatoes key to prostate (26/05/2002)
  • Drink in moderation for health benefits (23/05/2002)
  • Why pollution is harming us (20/05/2002)
  • Gum is brain food (17/05/2002)
  • Fit people live longer (14/05/2002)
  • Hypnosis can be used to treat pain (11/05/2002)
  • Fish makes for healthy pregnancies (8/05/2002)
  • Sleep the key to longevity (5/05/2002)
  • Processed meat link to diabetes (2/05/2002)
  • April

  • Clammy hands all in the genes (29/04/2002)
  • Men behaving badly (26/04/2002)
  • Tanning lamps again found to cause cancer (23/04/2002)
  • Diet leads to diabetes (20/04/2002)
  • Schizophrenia linked to sunshine (17/04/2002)
  • Benefits of cough mixture questioned (14/04/2002)
  • Married men healthier (11/04/2002)
  • Asthma linked to pollution (8/04/2002)
  • Sexual attraction all in the nose (5/04/2002)
  • Fear of flying linked to economy class syndrome (2/04/2002)
  • March

  • Herbal remedy found for hayfever (30/03/2002)
  • Chemicals effect sex of babies (27/03/2002)
  • Heart health from exercise (24/03/2002)
  • A tipple a day can keep dementia at bay (21/03/2002)
  • Hearts can heal themselves (18/03/2002)
  • Spice aids healing (15/03/2002)
  • Sex healthy for heart (12/03/2002)
  • Champagne is more intoxicating (9/03/2002)
  • The healing powers of forgiveness (6/03/2002)
  • Brain Food (3/03/2002)
  • February

  • Baby talking (28/02/2002)
  • Flies to the rescue (25/02/2002)
  • Breathe easy for diabetes relief (22/02/2002)
  • Vitamin A linked to hip fractures (19/02/2002)
  • Women failing to heed smoking warnings (16/02/2002)
  • Blood-sucking goes mechanical (13/02/2002)
  • Dogs unleashed potential (10/02/2002)
  • Ginger the spice of health (7/02/2002)
  • Grazing on food better for cholesterol (4/02/2002)
  • January

  • Beauty is all in the brain (29/01/2002)
  • Warning on diabetes (26/01/2002)
  • Strong bones, strong teeth (23/01/2002)
  • New discoveries in brain food (20/01/2002)
  • Martial arts for the elderly (17/01/2002)
  • Laughter still the best medicine (14/01/2002)
  • For a healthy heart, use your head (11/01/2002)
  • Battling viruses in outer space (8/01/2002)
  • Bald link to heart disease (5/01/2002)
  • The cure for Christmas calories (2/01/2002)
  • December

  • Drinking to the success of pregnancy (30/12/2001)
  • Light cigarettes just as harmful (27/12/2001)
  • Liquorice link to libido (24/12/2001)
  • Slip, slop, slap message fading (21/12/2001)
  • Take care in play (18/12/2001)
  • Ecstasy link to memory loss (15/12/2001)
  • Spy with a little eye (12/12/2001)
  • Why children see red over greens (9/12/2001)
  • Cap coffee consumption for healthy bones (6/12/2001)
  • Take care in marathons (3/12/2001)
  • World AIDS Day: I Care, Do You? (1/12/2001)
  • November

  • Health risks of night shift (29/11/2001)
  • Ice may hold key to revival (26/11/2001)
  • Leeches do battle against arthritis (23/11/2001)
  • Easing the pain of injections (20/11/2001)
  • Exercise for healthy breasts (17/11/2001)
  • The psychological toll of anthrax fear (14/11/2001)
  • Herpes? Be sure. Take control. (12/11/2001)
  • Fewer young people sexually active (11/11/2001)
  • More damning evidence against smokers (9/11/2001)
  • Deaf and dizzy (7/11/2001)
  • Link between childhood behaviour and crime (5/11/2001)
  • Why fat is so tasty (3/11/2001)
  • Internet good for health, say researchers (1/11/2001)
  • October

  • Sore throats lead to antibiotic abuse (30/10/2001)
  • Warning on car trips for newborns (28/10/2001)
  • Just how loud is a snorer? (26/10/2001)
  • Chocolate helps heart health (24/10/2001)
  • Eat well for brain power (22/10/2001)
  • Girls more likely to suffer depression from bullying (20/10/2001)
  • Good for the bowels, but not the blood (18/10/2001)
  • Anthrax fear rising (15/10/2001)
  • How to look young (13/10/2001)
  • Genes hold key to menopause (10/10/2001)
  • Eat healthy, look younger (7/10/2001)
  • Stroke Awareness Week (4/10/2001)
  • Coping with trauma (1/10/2001)
  • September

  • Babies fine on soy formula (28/09/2001)
  • Diabetes can be prevented (22/09/2001)
  • Cholesterol link to dementia (19/09/2001)
  • Understanding makes a world of difference (16/09/2001)
  • Why do women get drunk more easily? (14/09/2001)
  • Overweight people triple their risk (12/09/2001)
  • Belly dancing benefits pregnancy (10/09/2001)
  • Smoking habits reflect personality (8/09/2001)
  • Alert to left-handed people (6/09/2001)
  • Heartburn link to tooth decay (4/09/2001)
  • Toilets set to diagnose patients (2/09/2001)
  • August

  • Osteoporosis toll high (31/08/2001)
  • Don't overcook meat (29/08/2001)
  • Broccoli a cancer-fighter (29/08/2001)
  • Parental control of bed-wetting behaviour (27/08/2001)
  • Better to be fat and fit than thin and unfit (25/08/2001)
  • Daffodil Day - Who will you buy a daffodil for? (23/08/2001)
  • Passive smoking found to be even more harmful (21/08/2001)
  • Forget the latest fad diet, sleep instead (19/08/2001)
  • Tea fights heart disease (17/08/2001)
  • Depression weighs heavily on the heart (15/08/2001)
  • Dentist drill soon to be extinct (13/08/2001)
  • Warning on cholesterol drug (10/08/2001)
  • Food for thought (9/08/2001)
  • Slip, slop, slap in winter (7/08/2001)
  • 'Tis the season for smokers' cough (5/08/2001)
  • DIY fertility tests coming soon (3/08/2001)
  • Pain-brain link (1/08/2001)
  • July

  • Elderly women smarter than elderly men (30/07/2001)
  • Bone thickness linked to breast cancer (28/07/2001)
  • It's Good Sports Day! (27/07/2001)
  • Doubt cast on self-examination for breast cancer (25/07/2001)
  • TV-viewing measures risk of diabetes (23/07/2001)
  • Mental Health Report (21/07/2001)
  • Alcohol a benefit only in later life (21/07/2001)
  • Obesity more serious than smoking and drinking (19/07/2001)
  • Wrinkles may help you live longer (15/07/2001)
  • Bigger bottoms point to better health (13/07/2001)
  • Eat your greens for heart health (11/07/2001)
  • Why are bugs becoming resistant to antibiotics? (9/07/2001)
  • Bones reveal tall story (7/07/2001)
  • It doesn't pay to be germ-phobic (5/07/2001)
  • Non-violent shaking can damage babies (3/07/2001)
  • June

  • Men fear impotence more than death (30/06/2001)
  • What is SIDS? Why Red Nose Day? (29/06/2001)
  • Viagra hope for women (27/06/2001)
  • Infant nutrition prevents heart disease (25/06/2001)
  • Tea boost to teeth (23/06/2001)
  • Jet lag may cause brain shrinkage (21/06/2001)
  • Diabetics more likely to become depressed (19/06/2001)
  • Parenting key to children's behaviour (17/06/2001)
  • Morning sickness serves no purpose (15/06/2001)
  • Common colds need common sense (13/06/2001)
  • Apples and tomatoes help us breathe easier (11/06/2001)
  • Obesity strongly linked to cancer (9/06/2001)
  • Joint replacement should be open to all (7/06/2001)
  • Anorexia found in the elderly (5/06/2001)
  • Pill may lower risk of bowel cancer (3/06/2001)
  • Doubt on natural depression treatment (1/06/2001)
  • May

  • Clear the air on World No Tobacco Day (30/05/2001)
  • HRT link to sleep (28/05/2001)
  • A tall tale for tiny tots (27/05/2001)
  • Men have biological clock too (25/05/2001)
  • Dairy foods may help allergies (21/05/2001)
  • Diet linked to diabetes, Alzheimers (19/05/2001)
  • Soccer injury study (17/05/2001)
  • Ecstasy causes misery for memory (15/05/2001)
  • Happy Mother's Day, Australia! (13/05/2001)
  • Sick people should take sickies (12/05/2001)
  • Apples may help cure prostate cancer (10/05/2001)
  • Vitamin E supplements unnecessary (8/05/2001)
  • International No Diet Day (5/05/2001)
  • Heart, Stroke and Vascular Disease Facts (3/05/2001)
  • Anti-cancer pill hope (1/05/2001)
  • April

  • Humans can't get much older (30/04/2001)
  • Economy Class Syndrome (DVT) and Cerebral Palsy (27/04/2001)
  • Genes, wine and heart attacks (23/04/2001)
  • People with AIDS are living longer (20/04/2001)
  • Painkiller warning (18/04/2001)
  • Cataracts and body weight linked (16/04/2001)
  • Hope for baldness cure (14/04/2001)
  • Good Friday Appeal Ready to Start the Next 70 Years (12/04/2001)
  • Don't drink and ride (9/04/2001)
  • Obesity test may soon be available (7/04/2001)
  • HIV vaccine trials (6/04/2001)
  • Living with Motor Neurone Disease, 'til death us do part. (4/04/2001)
  • Passive smoking may cause cancer (3/04/2001)
  • March

  • Autumn babies live longer (30/03/2001)
  • Blast away your stress (28/03/2001)
  • Too much milk can be harmful (26/03/2001)
  • Cancer Runs in Families (24/03/2001)
  • Pregnancy may trigger illnesses (23/03/2001)
  • New Crohn's Disease Treatment (21/03/2001)
  • Gas cooking linked to asthma (20/03/2001)
  • Rising temperatures lead to rising tempers (19/03/2001)
  • Genes determine mozzie bites (17/03/2001)
  • Parkinson's Warning (16/03/2001)
  • Brain Awareness Week (14/03/2001)
  • Happy people's brains work differently (12/03/2001)
  • Nasal spray may do away with injections (9/03/2001)
  • High impact activities reduces risk of bone disease (7/03/2001)
  • Pot use on rise (4/03/2001)
  • Arthritis hope (2/03/2001)
  • February

  • Snoring may increase the risk of stroke (28/02/2001)
  • Celebrex concern (27/02/2001)
  • Smoking snapshot (25/02/2001)
  • Hope for asthmatics in alternative medicine (23/02/2001)
  • Natural option to fight osteoarthritis (21/02/2001)
  • Australian teens at risk (20/02/2001)
  • Eat and lose weight (18/02/2001)
  • Alcohol cancer link (16/02/2001)
  • Wine not always a winner (12/02/2001)
  • Stress impairs immunity (9/02/2001)
  • Drink coffee in moderation, experts warn (7/02/2001)
  • Big babies make smart adults (5/02/2001)
  • Obsessive exercising can lead to addiction (1/02/2001)
  • January

  • Dogs help diabetics (31/01/2001)
  • Obesity link to diabetes and asthma (30/01/2001)
  • Smokers, don't be fooled (29/01/2001)
  • Warnings from Australian Dentists (25/01/2001)
  • Chewing gum link to mercury in body (23/01/2001)
  • Sitting still cause of travel blood clots (19/01/2001)
  • Legionella legislation passed by Victorian Parliament (5/01/2001)
  • December

  • Following Big Brother down Obesity Lane (29/12/2000)
  • Economy Fare Syndrome - Deep Vein Thrombosis (22/12/2000)
  • Suicides figures fall for second consecutive year (18/12/2000)
  • League Tables for Hospitals on Re-attenders (11/12/2000)
  • Ovarian Cancer campaigner Sheila Lee dies (5/12/2000)
  • AIDS - Australian vaccine trials (1/12/2000)
  • November

  • More men stop smoking - live longer (24/11/2000)
  • Smart food computer chip (22/11/2000)
  • Down's syndrome test may do away with amniocentesis (21/11/2000)
  • Cancer treatments on three new fronts (17/11/2000)
  • Smoking - New pill to help stop (15/11/2000)
  • Organ Donations - Our Curious Attitude (13/11/2000)
  • October

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis - Keep moving when on the move (31/10/2000)
  • Fertility on the Net (24/10/2000)
  • Nurses and doctors in move to keep a closer watch on elderly (19/10/2000)
  • Breast Cancer (13/10/2000)
  • Managing our high Asthma rates (10/10/2000)
  • Mad Cow's Disease (6/10/2000)
  • September

  • Quitting Has Huge Impact - Time for New Push (30/09/2000)
  • Heroin Killing One a Day (30/09/2000)
  • All Infertile Can Access Treatment (30/09/2000)
  • Febrile Convulsions - Harmless for babe, traumatic for parents (29/09/2000)
  • Medicine of the future - blood tests at home? (28/09/2000)
  • New help for Alzheimer's and other chronic conditions (28/09/2000)
  • Attention Deficit Disorder. Making Bad Boys Mad Boys? (22/09/2000)
  • Meningococcal Warnings (19/09/2000)
  • Hepatitis-A - A Risk for Drug Users (15/09/2000)
  • Men's Health - Keep an eye on the instruments (11/09/2000)
  • Teenage Medicare cards. Should they have them? (8/09/2000)
  • Grief - What do we tell the children? (8/09/2000)
  • Blood pressure warning signs (4/09/2000)
  • Participants needed for new incontinence medication (1/09/2000)
  • Concerns over Australia's underestimated Diabetes incidence (1/09/2000)
  • August

  • Alcohol - the liver has an opinion too (25/08/2000)
  • What is the fuss over computerised medical records? (25/08/2000)
  • Easy ways to boost your energy and improve your health (18/08/2000)
  • Are you at risk from diabetes, stroke, or heart disease? (17/08/2000)
  • W.A. Hospital's Baby Deaths Under Spotlight (8/08/2000)
  • Vic. GM Food Development Guidelines (8/08/2000)
  • They Want Your Genetic Information (7/08/2000)
  • Study Shows Nurses Cop Patients' Fury (7/08/2000)
  • Country's Biggest Critical Care Unit For Melbourne (7/08/2000)
  • Former Premier Pressures Libs on Injecting Rooms (7/08/2000)
  • Meningococcal Septicaemia (4/08/2000)
  • Whooping Cough Vaccine on Hold in NSW (4/08/2000)
  • Takeaways Making Us Sick (4/08/2000)
  • Labour Trying to Keep Research Brains (3/08/2000)
  • Immunised Children - Numbers Up (3/08/2000)
  • Aust. Research on Cancer, Alzheimer's (3/08/2000)
  • The I.V.F. Debate with No-where to Go (3/08/2000)
  • I.O.C. Moves on Drug Tests (2/08/2000)
  • Nationals - Jails Not Injecting Rooms (2/08/2000)
  • Dodgy Spark Plugs Bring Class Action (2/08/2000)
  • Men Must Get Used to Women GP's (2/08/2000)
  • PM Bursts Into Fertilisation Debate (2/08/2000)
  • Obesity Challenged with Half Litre of Water (1/08/2000)
  • Federal Health Minister Feels Heat Over Scanner Scam (1/08/2000)
  • Emergency Centers in Melbourne Fail to Cope (1/08/2000)
  • More N.S.W. Hospitals Struggling (1/08/2000)
  • Labor Makes Health Push (1/08/2000)
  • July

  • Federal Ruling on Vic Fertilisation (31/07/2000)
  • Tough GM Line (31/07/2000)
  • Solve GP Shortage in Rural NSW - Doctors (31/07/2000)
  • Vic Finding More Legionella (31/07/2000)
  • No Independent Water Testing for Sydney (31/07/2000)
  • No Ban on Blood Yet (28/07/2000)
  • National Health Database (28/07/2000)
  • Melbourne Inner City Males Die Earlier (28/07/2000)
  • Safety Upgrade for Hospitals (28/07/2000)
  • More Nursing Homes Under Government Watch (27/07/2000)
  • Modern Hygiene Link to Asthma/Cancer Levels. (27/07/2000)
  • Religious Beliefs Prevent Blood Transfusion (27/07/2000)
  • Coffee - Round Up the Usual Suspects (27/07/2000)
  • New Role for Nurses (26/07/2000)
  • Sir Gustav Nossal Warning on G-M Food (26/07/2000)
  • Concern Again for Old, Frail in Nursing Homes (26/07/2000)
  • All-Women Health Company (26/07/2000)
  • Tobacco Company's Sweeteners. (26/07/2000)
  • Genetically Modified Food - What Are We Worrying About? (26/07/2000)
  • Genetically Modified Foods - The States Line Up (25/07/2000)
  • A Quiet Word About Pandemics (25/07/2000)
  • Schools To Get Drugs In Sport Program (25/07/2000)
  • 'Cellasene' Advertising 'False and Misleading' - Us Authority (25/07/2000)
  • Our Vision a Cause for National Concern (24/07/2000)
  • Heroin Rooms Gaining Approval (24/07/2000)
  • Emergency Beds Cut Waiting Times in West - Thwaites (24/07/2000)
  • Go-Faster Gene Found? (24/07/2000)
  • Major Eye Study Published Today (21/07/2000)
  • Gene Discrimination is with Us (21/07/2000)
  • Brisbane Hospital's Compensation Offer (21/07/2000)
  • Warnings on Internet Self Diagnosis (21/07/2000)
  • Post Natal Depression - New Life Can Bring Unexplained Grief (20/07/2000)
  • Thwaites Flags Hospital League Tables (20/07/2000)
  • Showdown for Canberra Health Professionals (20/07/2000)
  • Estrogen Patch for Post Natal Depression (20/07/2000)
  • UK Prepares for Massive 'Mad Sheep' Scare (20/07/2000)
  • Rehab Bed Shortage Failing Addicts - Odyssey (19/07/2000)
  • Latest Arthritis Research Gives Hope (19/07/2000)
  • Surgeons Lose Fight to Save Farmer's Arm (19/07/2000)
  • Blood Bans May Restrict Supplies (19/07/2000)
  • Australians For Next Stage of Alzheimer Drug Test (19/07/2000)
  • Contraceptive Pill For Men (18/07/2000)
  • Alarm Over Tas Diabetes Rise (18/07/2000)
  • Man Walks Four Kilometers After Losing Arm (18/07/2000)
  • High Rate Of Prem Boys In Study (18/07/2000)
  • Deficiencies In Legionnella Prevention (18/07/2000)
  • Mentally ill need special consideration in 'corporate' medicine (17/07/2000)
  • Smoking 'sting' goes statewide (17/07/2000)
  • Internet Doctor search launched (17/07/2000)
  • Academics, Trade staff feel the blues (17/07/2000)
  • Legionnella: Vic Government moves on cooling tanks (14/07/2000)
  • Where West Meets The Rest (14/07/2000)
  • Health advice for students (14/07/2000)
  • African prostitutes may hold secret to aids vaccine (14/07/2000)
  • Email imports of Californian sperm. Designer babies? (14/07/2000)
  • Alzheimer risk reduced with vitamins - Research (14/07/2000)
  • Doctors Show Support for Health Minister with Anti-Smoking Award (14/07/2000)
  • The Genome Project - Hype or Hope? (10/07/2000)
  • Overweight and Obesity (3/07/2000)
  • Prostate Cancer (3/07/2000)
  • Ulcers and cancer (3/07/2000)
  • Viral infections, colds and antibiotics (3/07/2000)
  • Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery (2/07/2000)
  • Exercise (2/07/2000)
  • Genetically Modified Food (2/07/2000)
  • High Blood Pressure (2/07/2000)
  • Mobile Phones and Cancer (2/07/2000)
  • June

  • Aspirin, Alzheimers and Heart Disease (30/06/2000)
  • Blood Pressure, Headaches and Hostility (30/06/2000)
  • Breast Cancer (30/06/2000)
  • Andropause - Does it really exist (28/06/2000)
  • Anti-oxidants (28/06/2000)
  • Antioxidants in apples (28/06/2000)
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