What Doctors Don’t Tell You (WDDTY) is launching as a monthly consumer magazine following its success as a subscription journal and website.
Posted on: 14 August 2012 07:59
The new magazine aims to meet the increasing demand for those seeking information about the alternatives to conventional medicine.
A 96-page glossy, WDDTY will be available from 30th August from major supermarkets, Smiths High Street, One Stop and lots of major retail and Independent Newsagents with a cover price of £3.95. The content will include news stories, case studies, health advice, new and alternative remedies and family health in an easy-to-read format.
Since its launch in 1989, WDDTY has become recognised as the UK’s leading authority on health, medicine and its alternatives, say the publishers. Based on exhaustive research, WDDTY presents scientific information in an easy to digest form.
WDDTY will provide alternatives to almost any health condition, from acne to pain relief, and has tackled hundreds of issues and campaigns such as:
• The great mammogram con
• Bipolar – the epidemic that never was
• Aspirin – spin or science
• Over diagnosing – how medicine makes the healthy sick
• Putting the patient first
Editor Bryan Hubbard says: “WDDTY subscribers know that medicine has its place but also want to explore the alternatives that doctors may not be aware of or have to time to discuss. More and more people are seeking out alternative and nutritional solutions to their health problems and the launch of WDDTY as a consumer magazine will meet that demand.”
WDDTY was launched by award-winning journalist Lynne McTaggart and her journalist husband Bryan Hubbard as a subscription journal in 1989, with a website launched in 2001.