More evidence that organic farms act as a refuge for wild plants, offsetting the loss of biodiversity on conventional farms
US researchers suggest that early dietary interventions, or supplementation, with marine omega-3 fatty acids could improve child behaviour and even reduce the future crime rates
Yoga and meditation can support and even repair areas of the brain that have been damaged by chronic pain, lessening pain and the risk of memory loss and depression
Multiple antioxidant substances in cranberries can reduce several risk factors for heart disease including blood fat and sugar levels and inflammation
Neck pain that flares up occasionally, for instance after exercise or a restless night’s sleep, can be eased with essential oil massage
These delicious veggie mini wraps are quick to make and packed full of goodness
The time to change your diet is now! Two recent studies show that swapping your diet can have a dramatic effect on health and the risk of disease in as little as two weeks
Honey bees have disappeared at a staggering rate over the last year, so why are we still doing nothing?
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Side effects? Adverse effects!
Whatever you choose to call them, they are on the rise…
The label on the average commercial drug product lists 70 different potential adverse effects. In a study appearing in the Archives of Internal Medicine, researchers found that with more commonly prescribed drugs the number of listed adverse effects averaged around 100. The 2011 study ,which involved analysis of more than 5,600 drug labels and more than half a million labelled effects found that a single label listed as many as 535 adverse reactions. The number of potential adverse effects of modern medicine can overwhelm doctors trying to weigh the risks and benefits when prescribing a medicine.
And it’s not good news for patients either!