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  • Everyone is talking about Vitamin D vitamin D10 years ago, hardly anyone knew about Vitamin D but now everyone is talking about it! Speaking to some private laboratories, it appears that testing for Vitamin D has grown exponentially within the last few years along with the sales of Vitamin D supplements. So good business all around, but what...
  • Optimising medical treatment (chemotherapy) for cancer present and future Dr Nick PlowmanDr Nick Plowman, Senior Clinical Oncologist to St Bartholomew's Hospital, and The Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London provides his view of the current approach to the medical treatment of cancer and future developments.
  • Anti-ageing products - how to get firmer, younger skin acne, spots, skin problemsPrevention is better than cure! Therefore the best way to look after your skin is to prevent ageing. In this article, Dr Attili discusses a number of ways to defer the effects of ageing.
  • Female laser hair removal: banish unwanted hair growth Laser facial hair removal Female laser hair removal can be a simple and cost-effective solution to a little discussed concern for many women. Breaking through what is considered a taboo topic, unwanted hair growth, particularly on the face, is important for awareness and many women are calling for more awareness and...
  • Parents blind to the risk of sun damage to children's eyes eye care child sunThe charity Eyecare Trust has warned parents about the harmful effects of sunlight on their children's eyes, which puts them at risk of permanent eye damage and problems with their vision later in life.
  • Be smart when boosting vitamin D levels with sunshine Skin health 'is dependant on many factors'With summer just around the corner, many of us will be looking forward to getting outside and making the most of the sunshine. In recent years, research has suggested that sunlight can have a wide range of benefits, from simply lifting your mood to increasing your level of vitamin D essential for...
  • What caused the birthmark on my child's face? The Portland HospitalProfessor John Harper, Consultant in Paediatric Dermatology, The Portland Hospital discusses the causes and possible remedies for birthmarks.
  • How safe is it to continue exercising and working during pregnancy? The Portland HospitalThe overall answer is that it is safe, for both the mother and the foetus, to continue to work and exercise during a normal, low risk pregnancy. In fact, in most cases there are associated benefits to actually starting light exercise, if not done so already.
  • Tongue tie teachings your tongue tied baby Tongue tie babyThe Portland Hospital has established a neonatal tongue tie clinic for helping your baby with the condition that takes place every Monday in the day surgery unit.
  • The Portland Hospital's Consultant Diaries Lorin Lakasing, Consultant Obstetrician Lorin Lakasing: Consultant Obstetrician and Specialist in Fetal Medicine, LondonChoosing a trusted Consultant Obstetrician and Midwife-led team who can safely guide you through your pregnancy is naturally a top priority at such an exciting and life-changing time.
  • Does my baby need the BCG vaccine against tuberculosis? Dr Dionysios Alexandrou at The Portland HospitalTuberculosis (TB) is a bacterial infection, caused by the bacterium Mycobacterim tuberculosis. Unlike many infectious diseases, TB is difficult to catch; only a third of people who are in close contact with a person with TB will become infected. Children, however, are particularly vulnerable to the...
  • Are you worried about gestational diabetes? infertility treatment in PolandGestational diabetes is one of the most common health complications associated with pregnancy. Though often a temporary condition that resolves after the delivery of the baby, it can have long-term health implications as women who have gestational diabetes have a 40 per cent increased chance of...
  • Shortness of breath during pregnancy Ray Fagan, Midwifery Sister / Supervisor of Midwives at The Portland HospitalI'm 20 weeks pregnant and have noticed that I get short of breath very easily. Is this normal?
  • Hair Transplant Hair Growth Timeline hair transplantThere's a lot to ask if you are considering an FUE Hair Transplant to combat hair loss and often not enough time to find the answers.
  • How do you treat Varicose Veins? nice legsA closer look at Vein Stripping and alternative treatments for Varicose Veins.
  • Which varicose vein operation is right for me? beautiful legsIn the second of his articles about treatments for varicose veins, Eddie Chaloner answers the question: Which operation is right for me?
  • What varicose veins treatments are available? varicose veinsIn the first of two articles, consultant vein surgeon Eddie Chaloner describes various ways to treat varicose veins.
  • Why have your varicose veins operated on privately? nice legsA lot of patients suffering from varicose veins wonder whether they should choose to seek private medical care or stay with the NHS provision. After all, the NHS provides a very good service for most people and, although it might not always provide the flexibility that can be achieved in the...
  • Childhood infections at school The Portland HospitalMy child has just started school and I'm concerned about him picking up infections from other pupils, particularly as the weather is likely to change. How do I know when to give him medicine and which ones should I choose?
  • A new way of seeing diseases of the eye male blepharoplastyThe concept of lens failure is intellectually satisfying in giving ophthalmologists a new way of seeing diseases of the eye.
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