Caroline Sutherland | 2010 May
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May 2010

The Estrogen Dilemma

If you’re a post-menopausal woman like me you are interested in staying young, youthful and mentally sharp. I am delighted to know a brilliant researcher Dr Roberta Brinton whose seminal work involves the subject of estrogen and memory decline in post-menopausal women. You can imagine my surprise when I opened...

Do You Know About Henrietta Lacks?

Henrietta Lacks was a poor woman living in rural Maryland. In 1951 Henrietta was diagnosed with cervical cancer at Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore. When Lacks arrived at the hospital complaining about a “knot inside her, the doctors who treated her, had been trying to grow cancer cells in petri...

50 Years on The Pill

Today is Mother’s day. Fifty years ago today marks the anniversary of that provocative announcement that introduced “the pill” to the world. That announcement gave women a new “take” on sex, fertility, career and their world. The pill meant reassurance and control. Today, a world without “the pill” is unimaginable....

Dr OZ on Fungus

Finally a voice of reason on the topic of fungus! Who would have believed it – today on the Dr Oz show, the good doctor himself with a petri dish of fungus in his hand explaining the dangers of fungus, parasites and pollens which can be found in the carpeting...