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Local study reveals new approach to treat breast cancers resistant to endocrine

Scientists at NUI Galway have completed a research study funded by Breast Cancer Now that has begun to unravel why women with estrogen receptor positive breast cancer develop a resistance to endocrine treatment, and have found a potential new approach to overcome the problem.

Chemicals in cosmetics explained at Au Naturel

There are many so-called ‘natural’ products which have barely a one percentage of natural ingredients contained in them. What about the other 99 per cent? Did you know that a major ingredient in brake fluid and anti-freeze, derived from petroleum, is contained in baby lotion, cosmetics, and shampoo? And that some chemicals added to a whole range of products we use daily can cause hormone disruption?

The low-down on cosmetics from Au Naturel

There is growing concern in recent years over the harmful effects of unnatural foodstuffs such as artificial additives, preservatives, sweeteners, and flavourings in our food, and even of environmental pollutants.

Help for psoriasis sufferers

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Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterised by raised patches of red and scaly skin.

Organic hair colour which is chemical free and outperforms the rest

Natulique is the only Ecocert certified organic hair colour in the world and is taking Ireland by storm. Natulique was co-founded by Mette Bundgaard from Denmark, who, having been diagnosed with breast cancer in her twenties, found that there was no authentic certified organic hair colour brand on the market. Worried about the effects of chemicals in hair colour, she developed the Natulique range, which is organic, paraben free, DEA free, sulphate free, perfume free, vegan, and not tested on animals.

 

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