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Let bodily fluids and solids (and food) be thy medicine

Craig Sams imagines the health farms of the future where ‘super healthy’ humans are raised. Until just over a decade ago the missus and I would go to Shrubland Hall Health Clinic up in Suffolk, where we’d enjoy vegetarian food, bracing country walks, massage, pilates and other healthful activities and return refreshed and invigorated. They […]

January 17, 2017 Continue Reading
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Antibiotics study “poses ominous questions” about public health

A new study by US scientists has shown that animals given antibiotics spread salmonella faster, and could be a risk to human health. The study, by a team of researchers from Stanford University of Medicine, may signal another important reason for restricting routine use of animas in livestock. The Stanford scientists found that salmonella-infected lab […]

October 21, 2014 Continue Reading
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Antibiotics study “poses ominous questions” about public health

A new study by US scientists has shown that animals given antibiotics spread salmonella faster, and could be a risk to human health. The study, by a team of researchers from Stanford University of Medicine, may signal another important reason for restricting routine use of animas in livestock. The Stanford scientists found that salmonella-infected lab […]

October 21, 2014 Continue Reading
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EC ignoring scientists’ warnings on farm antibiotics

New European Commission proposals for the regulation of veterinary medicines ignore advice from scientists to phase out routine use of farm antibiotics. That’s the conclusion of campaign group Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics. The group’s, campaign manager, said: “The European Commission and the British government have both stated they don’t support the routine preventative use […]

September 22, 2014 Continue Reading
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