28 May 2020
How did Gilead’s Remdesivir go from failure to a ‘miracle’ drug for Covid-19?
04 December 2019
Lyn Thyer release!; CBD regulatory crack down; Sat fat reduction evidence exaggerated & biased; 25yr olds could become new statin drug target; Nicotinamide riboside novel food approval; World AIDS Day; UK doctor burnout; Parkinson’s disease & antibiotics; Supermarkets & pesticides
01 December 2004
The false assumption is that drugs are far safer than dietary supplements because they have obtained approval from the FDA. This is despite the fact that the biological action of virtually every prescription drug can be duplicated with dietary supplements at less cost and greater safety.
03 April 2004
US manufacturers and consumers of food supplements have enjoyed a liberal regime - is the end in sight?
08 June 2009
European food regulator gives aspartame green light despite mounting evidence against its safety
29 April 2020
How safe are your drugs?; Baby snacks!; CBD trade group calls for Novel Food deadline extension; 6G approved in the US; European Immunization Week; Parkinson’s is an autoimmune disease
29 October 2014
Tackling Alzheimer’s, positive food cues for kids, UK salt binge, Wakefield CDC complaint letter, GM grass, and Nokia boss & Wi-Fi damage
16 May 2005
Louise Mclean talked to Dr Robert Verkerk, Executive Director of the Alliance for Natural Health, in order to establish the facts on the EU Food Supplements Directive and get his views on how the ban would affect consumers
22 May 2006
An independent panel of university faculty, medical researchers, and physicians experienced in nutritional therapeutics says that vitamin supplements are exceptionally safe for the public. A new report by the expert Vitamin Safety Review Panel rebuts a recent US National Institutes of Health report that attempted to cast doubt on food supplement safety.
18 September 2019
US think tank prepares the way for lab-grown meat; US food recalled 10 times more often than supplements; UK cancer survival rates; Apple health studies; Snack taxes; UK delays smart meter rollout