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Chris Langley has been promoting Matol, now Univera, since 1995. He has a number of loyal customers who have been using Km and Kaps for over twenty years in some cases.

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The New EU Rules that Say Additives are Healthier for us than Broccoli.

New European rules this month will question eating fruit, vegetables, oily fish, grains, eggs, nuts and poultry are examples of a ‘healthy diet’. The Nutrition and Health Claims regulations were brought in to ban misleading or unproven claims on food and drink products, such as weight-loss promises or claims about mental function or heart health. In their place will be a list of health claims
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Scandal of the poison pen-pushers: How doctors and patients are kept in the dark about potentially dangerous everyday drugs

By DR BEN GOLDACRE PUBLISHED: 22:00, 1 December 2012 | Tamiflu is supposed to be the miracle flu drug. Patients across the UK rely on it. In medicine cupboards everywhere patients have eagerly stockpiled it, and in some winters there has even been talk of rationing. The Government itself has spent £500 million on stockpiling the drug to keep the country from collapse in the wake of a
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The Magic “Pill” – Excercise

It just seems too good to be true. Study after research study consistently promoting the endless benefits of exercise. Couch potatoes everywhere are waiting for the other shoe to drop, telling us that all of those scientists were wrong and we should remain as sedentary as possible. Yet four additional studies released recently each give the same prescription for improving some aspect of your
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Hope of fresh treatment for seven cancers after single antibody is found to shrink tumours.

A drug that helps the immune system to break down cancerous tumours has been developed. It has worked on breast, bowel, prostate, ovarian, brain, bladder and liver cancers, while previous studies show it can also be used to fight some blood cancers. If given early, the drug could even be a cure, researchers say. The antibody has so far been tested only on mice,
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Asprin Fights Cancer

A Potent “super aspirin” that can cause cancer cells to self-destruct has been developed by scientists. The hybrid version is much more ­powerful than the conventional painkiller but far less toxic. Prolonged use of traditional aspirin can cause stomach ulcers and kidney failure. But the new compound, known as NOSH, can be used in lower doses and has fewer side effects. In tests on
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Denmark taxes fatty products

Denmark is to impose the world’s first “fat tax” in a drive to slim its population and cut heart disease. The move may increase pressure for a similar tax in the UK, which suffers from the highest levels of obesity in Europe. Starting from this Saturday, Danes will pay an extra 30p on each pack of butter, 8p on a pack of crisps, and
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Having children reduces a man’s risk of heart disease by 20%

It may come as a surprise to father’s continually woken by their offspring in the early hours of the morning, but having children could mean they have healthier hearts. A decade-long study of 135,000 men found that those who remained child-free had a higher risk of dying from heart disease than those who ‘sowed their oats.’ U.S researchers said it raised the possibility that infertility may
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An apple or pear a day keeps strokes at bay

Eating lots of fruit and vegetables with white flesh may help to protect against strokes, says a study in the journal Stroke. But Dutch researchers say they do not know why people with a high intake of apples, pears, bananas or cauliflower reduce their risk of stroke by 52%. The study followed more than 20,000 adults over 10 years. Stroke experts said people should
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Gym work-out increases productivity

Sydney – Office workers who walk 10,000 steps a day and work out in the gym thrice a week can help their employers with increased productivity of $2,500 a year, an Australian study has claimed. The Body-Brain Performance Institute, in collaboration with Melbourne’s Swinburne University’s Brain Sciences Institute, identified 40 employees of the Melbourne branch of global software company SAP in April. They gave
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