Healthy Way Issue 45
Alfred Vogel's writes: As a result of our modern life and environmental disruptions, vascular diseases have increased considerably, so it was appropriate to take a closer look at Ginkgo biloba.
Globe Artichoke, which is a robust perennial with a bitter taste, was prized by the ancient Egyptians and the Romans as a medication as well as a food. Jan de Vries looks at the advantages to health and diet of the well-known vegetable, the Globe Artichoke.
Shingles, a painful rash of red spots that spreads over various areas of the skin, is a distressing condition is suffered by one in five adults, but those over 50 years old are more likely to be affected.
When you're a teenager, you have enough to cope with without your skin and/or your periods giving you grief. This article looks at how to get to the root of the problems and sort out those zits and blotchy skin.
As many as 1 in 10 adults in the UK suffer from some form of rheumatic ailment, ranging from twinges through stiffness to raging inflammatory joint pain. Nature presents an excellent remedy - Devil's Claw - that can benefit everyone without worrying about side effects.
Each one of us needs to save 20% of our energy use if we are to save our planet. Ann Burnett looks at some simple ways in which we can all contribute to a healthier world as well as saving ourselves some money into the bargain.
Over two million women in the UK suffer from cystitis every year. Cystitis is an infection of the bladder caused by bacteria from nearby skin travelling up the urinary tract and growing in the bladder.
It's never too early for holiday planning. Not just getting the tickets and the itinerary, but ensuring that you stay healthy and happy through every minute of it. This article looks at a range of herbs that can help.
Alison Cullen respond to a number of readers' questions.