29 August 2018
Should the social media giants be policing content? Should we trust them to tell the difference between true and false?
19 July 2017
Food supplements firmly in Commission cross-hairs over tightening controls on agri-food industry e-commerce
01 March 2017
Food for thought and - think before you sign – the current e-Petition
05 October 2016
27 July 2016
EU approves GM soybeans, Infant formula marketing laws get criminalised, Is mass medication really the answer?, Glyphosate alters human DNA, Supplements fight heart disease, An African diet for cancer prevention?
10 June 2015
Electromagnetic radiation risks, pesticide cancer risk, diet pill death, non-GMOs win, sugar poisoning the UK, local farms could feed US, Tim Noakes trial delay and gluten-free misinformation
08 April 2015
UK Deputy Chief Medical Officer’s report finds ‘insufficient evidence’ to support statutory regulation for herbalists, leaving the profession in an even more vulnerable place than it was before the EU’s herbal medicines directive was passed over 10 years ago
07 May 2014
Second meeting on UK herbal regulation concentrates on options for herbal products
Herbalists are not the only herb users: What will UK herbal regulation mean for other practitioners?
26 March 2014
We look at the consequences of herbal medicine regulation – statutory or voluntary – or maintaining the status quo
05 March 2014
We take a deeper look at a question of vital importance to the UK’s practitioners of herbal and traditional systems of medicine