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  • The growth of hair transplants hair transplantHair loss pulls no favours when it comes to who it chooses, and even the rich and famous aren't immune from a receding hairline. One of the world's best-known golfers Tiger Woods is the latest in a...
  • Tackling 'man boobs' gynaecomastiaIt's a condition not always spoken about seriously in the media, but gynecomastia (otherwise known as man boobs or 'moobs') is thought to affect up to 40% of the UK male population.
  • A look at Blepharoplasty cosmetic eyelid surgeryThere are a lot of scars the ageing process can bestow upon us; from facial lines and creases, to unwanted areas of our bodies piling on the pounds. One of the most frustrating to conceal is skin...
  • 5 things to consider before having breast implants silicone breast implantsIn 2012 the UK cosmetic industry was rocked by revelations that a commonly used breast implant, PIP, contained industrial-grade silicone not approved for the human body
  • 10 ways to build self respect Christopher BurnMost people who are recovering from addiction have a problem with self respect. After all, if you have indulged in addictive behaviour that may have included lying, cheating, aggression and laziness,...
  • The “28 day” limit on addiction treatment is wrong Castle Craig HospitalMany people who come into residential addiction treatment are told by their insurance companies “we can only pay for 28 days” -- even though all the scientific evidence shows that a longer period is...
  • World class cancer care in the heart of Kensington and Chelsea Gamma Knife facilityThe incidence of many cancers is on the rise, with breast and prostate cancer among the most common. A diagnosis can be life-changing, wherever the disease is found, but with the right treatment...
  • Early diagnosis or peace of mind with lung screening at Bupa Cromwell Hospital doctor examining chest X-rayBupa Cromwell Hospital's Lung Centre offers investigation, diagnosis and treatment for a range of respiratory and chest disorders under one roof - the only private hospital in London to provide this....
  • New private paediatric walk-in centre in Kensington Paediatric Walk-in CentreBupa Cromwell Hospital's experienced paediatric team ensures the best possible care for children in a safe, comfortable environment, right in the heart of Kensington and Chelsea.
  • Looking after your feet during the festive season high heels Christmas parties and long shopping sessions can wreak havoc on ladies' feet, says Anthony Perera, a specialist orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon at the London Foot and Ankle Clinic, Bupa Cromwell...
  • The best possible private health treatment for children in Kensington and Chelsea paediatric CT scanComing into hospital can be stressful both for children and their parents, but Bupa Cromwell Hospital's experienced paediatric team ensures the best possible care for children in a calm, comfortable...
  • Tongue tie: What is it and how is it treated? child sticking out his tongue'Tongue tie' is a condition where the tip of a child's tongue is abnormally connected to the floor of the mouth by a piece of tissue called the lingual frenulum, which can restrict the movement of...
  • Gentle steps to getting fitter WalkerFitness does not necessarily involve visiting a gym. We can work towards a better level of fitness by simply taking up a few basic activities, some of which are easily included into our daily...
  • Exercise lowers risk of aggressive cancer man exercising with weightsResearch to be presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Prostate Cancer Foundation Conference, in San Diego, suggests a link between brisk exercise and a lower risk of...
  • Barbecue food safety bbqWith the summer almost upon us, many people will be getting into the party spirit, with picnics and barbecues a favourite way to relax. However, research shows that we are at increased risk of food...
 
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