University of St Andrews students will become the first in the UK to gain an insight into Germany's integrated medicine programme.
Handcream helped a new complementary medicine course get off to a smooth start today (Thursday 3 March 2005).
Should we return to the diet of our ancestors to prevent everything from cancer to hot flushes in menopausal women?
The role of nutrition and complementary medicine in everything from cancer risk to menopausal symptoms will be explored at a public event at the University of St Andrews next month.
The size, strain and seriousness of tumours could be dictated by what you eat.
Foods which could prevent teenagers from developing cancer are being highlighted by a unique website created by a University of St Andrews scientist.
PIC CAPTION: Professor Michael Steel and Dr Margaret Ritchie of the University of St Andrews investigate the properties of a strawberry. CREDIT: Alan Richardson