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25/01/2012 - Magic mushroom secrets offer treatment hope
British doctors want to test "magic mushroom" drugs as treatments for depression after a series of brain scans gave new insights into the chemicals. More

12/01/2012 - Joint herbs challenged
Most herbal treatments for arthritis have "unconvincing" evidence in their favour, experts warn today. More

06/12/2011 - Acupuncture hope for cancer pain
German researchers say that acupuncture may help relieve pain in patients undergoing cancer treatment - and that they have found a scientific way of showing this. More

09/11/2011 - Doubts over balance exercise programmes
Exercise programmes can help elderly people keep their balance and prevent falls - but dozens of pieces of research have failed to establish the best way of doing it, according to an analysis published today. More

01/11/2011 - Yoga backed for back-ache
Yoga can make a dramatic difference to people with back-ache, British researchers reported today. More

27/10/2011 - Blue-green hope to beat sunscreen allergy
Swedish researchers are hoping that blue-green algae will yield a "natural" sunscreen that may spare users from skin reactions. More

25/10/2011 - How stretching eases back-ache
Yoga or stretching classes can help relieve the misery of back-ache, researchers reported last night. More

12/09/2011 - Autumn flower may yield cancer drugs
Chemicals in a poisonous wild flower have been used to develop powerful new cancer treatments, British researchers report today. More

23/08/2011 - Saffron passes lab test
The yellow spice saffron may help to prevent liver cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

16/08/2011 - Coffee cream may protect skin
Caffeine-based creams could be developed to help prevent some skin cancers, researchers claimed last night. More

12/08/2011 - Warning over herbal slimming products
A warning has been issued over several herbal slimming products that can cause serious side effects. More

10/08/2011 - Music to soothe troubled
Cancer patients may benefit from listening to music or having music therapy sessions, researchers say today. More

09/08/2011 - Herb law set to be flouted
A European crackdown on herbal treatments may be widely circumvented - denying users critical information on side-effects, British researchers say today. More

09/08/2011 - Soy fails menopause test
A soy-based therapy fails to offer any improvements for women going through the menopause - and may aggravate their symptoms, researchers reported last night. More

01/07/2011 - Warning over men's 'herbal' supplements
Men are being warned not to take unlicensed herbal remedies after they were found to contain a medicine that could cause life-threatening high blood pressure. More

06/06/2011 - End cowboy hypnosis - practitioners
The NHS should make more use of hypnosis - and save patients from "cowboys", practitioners said today. More

17/05/2011 - How t'ai chi aids elderly
The popular Chinese martial art t'ai chi may boost the wellbeing of elderly people - but is not a cure-all, researchers reported today. More

13/04/2011 - Wound bacteria "checked" by honey
New research suggests that honey should be better exploited by modern medicine, a British scientist says today. More

29/03/2011 - Experts question point of acupuncture
There is little evidence that doing acupuncture properly relieves pain - and the risks of the procedure are too high, experts have claimed. More

21/03/2011 - 100 herbs approved
Some 100 herbal medicines have now gained approval from British regulators, it has been announced. More

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