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  • All you need to know about alcoholism All you need to know about alcoholismMany people mistakenly believe that alcoholics are only people who need to have a drink in the early morning or are down and outs sitting on park benches drinking cans of lager. While those examples...
  • Stress at work workplace stressSadly, more and more of us are falling victim to stress at work, with recent statistics indicating that one in five of the working population is affected. In fact stress is now THE biggest cause of...
  • What is diabetes and how to recognise its symptoms blood test for diabetesDiabetes is a common health condition, although many people don't know that they have it. In this article Dr Milton Maltz explains the different types of diabetes and the symptoms diabetics...
  • Ten steps to eating well to control diabetes Fruit and veg 'can help prevent cancer'Diabetics can help control their condition by ensuring that they follow a proper diet. In this article Dr Milton Maltz explains why you should try to include a good variety of foods to ensure you...
  • 10 ways ways to counter your fear of dentistry dental anxietyDental anxiety can be formidable, causing you to avoid going to the dentist even when you know you should. The good news is that there are lots of ways to counter your fear of dentistry; some that...
  • Laparoscopic Gastric Band Surgery – 9 essential facts about gastric bands obesity treatmentGastric band surgery is a type of weight-loss surgery where the size of your stomach is reduced using an adjustable band so that you can only eat small meals.
  • Anxiety and Phobias Irritible Bowel Syndrome (IBS) - stress relatedStress and anxiety have been with us since the beginning of mankind and with the increase in pressure from modern society, more and more people are suffering either the psychological or physical...
  • What does food allergy or food intolerance mean? peanut butterThere are two kinds of sensitivity to foods – food allergy and food intolerance. An allergy is where the immune system reacts to certain types of food as though they are a threat to the body. This...
  • Hip replacement - the current situation Hip surgeryOne of London's leading Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons warns of the dangers posed to patients by what he believes to be ill thought out innovations in hip surgery. The article, which appears on...
  • What's new in spinal surgery? Spinal StenosisRecent evidence suggests that physiotherapy and other exercise treatments are as good as surgical treatments in the majority of patients with chronic back pain, where there are no referred nerve root...
  • What to do when your plastic surgery goes wrong? FaceliftIn the UK, plastic surgery has become an increasingly popular option for people unhappy with their appearance. Undertaken in an appropriate way with experienced surgeons, the result can be extremely...
  • Laser hair removal: the facts Why shaving costs more than laser hair removal treatmentsLaser hair removal is a safe and effective way of removing unwanted hair for good.
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity (ADHD) and driving young man with driving licenceMany parents are concerned and worried when their children start learning to drive. This is the case even more so for many parents whose children have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder...
  • Varicose veins: what are they and what procedures are there to remove them? nice legsVaricose veins are abnormally enlarged veins that bulge beneath the skin, typically found in and around the leg area.
  • Understanding sudden death syndrome cardiac arrestSudden Death Syndrome (SDS) is an umbrella term used for the many different causes of cardiac arrest in young people.
 
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