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Athlete’s Foot: Causes & Treatments Athlete’s Foot: Causes & Treatments If you have a red, itchy rash between your toes where the skin is also peeling, blist... Read More
Earache and Ear Pain Earache and Ear Pain Earache or pain in the ear can affect anyone, but it’s especially common in children. Read More
Trying For a Baby Trying For a Baby Nobody knows how long it will take to get pregnant once a couple has decided to try for a baby. Read More
What is a Sports Injury? What is a Sports Injury? It’s widely accepted that regular exercise is for good for health and wellbeing. Read More
What is Vaginitis? What is Vaginitis? Vaginitis is the name for inflammation of the vagina and vulval area (though strictly... Read More
Vertigo: Causes & Treatments Vertigo: Causes & Treatments We can all feel a little bit dizzy from time to time. But when you feel that everythi... Read More
Sciatica: Causes & Treatments Sciatica: Causes & Treatments Sciatica is the term used when the sciatic nerve becomes irritated or compressed, cau... Read More
Glandular Fever Glandular Fever Glandular fever, or infectious mononucleosis (mono for short), is a viral infection t... Read More
Golfer’s Elbow and Tennis Elbow Golfer’s Elbow and Tennis Elbow The medical term is epicondylitis, but you may know this painful condition as golfer’... Read More
What is Hay Fever? What is Hay Fever? If you develop a runny nose, itchy eyes and start sneezing at the first sign of sprin... Read More
What is Ménière’s Disease? What is Ménière’s Disease? Ménière’s disease is rare condition that affects the inner ear. According to the NHS,... Read More
Dandruff Treatment and Remedies Dandruff Treatment and Remedies Dandruff, or pityriasis, is a common skin condition that affects the scalp. Read More
Diverticular Disease and Diverticulitis Diverticular Disease and Diverticulitis The colon, or large intestine, is an important part of your digestive system. Read More
What are Gallstones? What are Gallstones? As their name suggests, gallstones are small stones that form in the gallbladder. Read More
Bronchitis: Symptoms & Treatment Bronchitis: Symptoms & Treatment When the large airways in the lungs - the bronchi - are infected, they become irritat... Read More
Bursitis: Causes & Treatments Bursitis: Causes & Treatments The human body is home to around 160 little fluid-filled sacs called bursae. Each bur... Read More
What is Deep Vein Thrombosis? What is Deep Vein Thrombosis? If you develop a blood clot in one of your deep veins, it’s called a Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). Read More
Arrhythmia: Are You At Risk? Arrhythmia: Are You At Risk? If your heart beats too quickly, too slowly or irregularly, the abnormal heart rhythm... Read More
Chickenpox and Shingles Chickenpox and Shingles Most children, particularly those under the age of 10, catch chickenpox thanks to the... Read More
What is Crohn’s disease? What is Crohn’s disease? Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is the term given for a group of disorders where the... Read More
Endometriosis: The Facts Endometriosis: The Facts Women of a reproductive age have a monthly cycle where their bodies experience hormon... Read More
Coeliac Disease Coeliac Disease Coeliac disease is a digestive condition that affects around one in every 100 people in the UK. Read More
Conjunctivitis Conjunctivitis Sometimes called red eye or pink eye, conjunctivitis is a condition that causes infla... Read More
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) (COPD) isn’t a single condition: it’s a term that describes a number of lung-related ... Read More