Julie Robotham Australian researchers are learning how the chemical properties of food can interact with individuals to keep us healthy or make us sick.
Helen Pidd A proposal to outlaw the sale of smokes in shops is on the table.
Paula Goodyer JHet lag is price you pay for an overseas trip - but you can reduce its effects
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Paula Goodyer Melatonin, sleeping pills, hydration: how to beat jetlag.
Graham Osbourne Can't sleep? Feeling low? You may be suffering from a vitamin or mineral deficiency.
Kate Hagan Pharmacy owners have axed a deal to market dietary supplements with prescription medicines, saying it had caused a lot of public concern that was damaging the reputation of pharmacists.
Julia Medew Pharmacists have started advertising their opposition to the Pharmacy Guild of Australia's deal with Blackmores.
Julia Medew PHARMACISTS have been accused of putting money ahead of patients' interests after the Pharmacy Guild of Australia struck a controversial deal to promote dietary supplements with prescription...
Louise Hall AN ACADEMIC who complained to health authorities about a company that marketed a herbal spray as ''the most effective slimming solution available in the world today'' has failed to have an $800,000...
Helen Pidd LONDON: Iceland is considering banning the sale of cigarettes and turning them into a prescription-only product.
Emily Dunn Protect your reproductive health to give yourself the best chance of conceiving.
Paris Cowan If you struggle with high cholesterol, you are better off visiting your GP for a prescription than looking for a solution in the supermarket aisles, says a medical paper.
Amy Corderoy HEALTH SLEEPING medication that is linked to falls and fractures is still being taken by many elderly people, a study of patients from a Sydney hospital has found.
Danielle Teutsch A POPULAR diet pill has been banned from sale after a study showed it could cause a fatal heart attack or stroke.
Denis Campbell LONG-TERM use of drugs prescribed for osteoporosis may be doubling the users' risk of developing cancer of the oesophagus, a study warns.