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  • 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...
  • Five benefits of biking to work bikeThe longer Summer days are encouraging more people to use their bikes to replace public or private transport for their daily commute to and from work. This trend has seen many major cities around the...
  • The diagnosis and treatment of ankle arthritis Maneesh BhatiaUnlike the hip and knee, which are prone to develop primary osteoarthritis, the ankle develops arthritis usually because of a traumatic event.
  • One-stop treatment for a common hand condition Carpal tunnel syndromeCarpal tunnel syndrome is the most common hand disorder in the UK, but recent findings show patients can successfully receive diagnostic testing and treatment in just one visit.
  • 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.
  • Oily fish and Omega 3; getting the right amount fatty acidsAs people are becoming more and more health conscious, nutrition and supplementation are often topics that come up during GP consultations. “So what about oily fish – how much and how often?” they...
  • The use of renal denervation therapy to treat persistent high blood pressure blood pressure testHypertension is usually treated with a variety of drugs. However, in some cases patients do not respond to treatment. In this article, Professor Carlo Di Mario discusses the problems, and describes...
  • What's in a Facelift? faceliftThe Private Clinic describes the various types of Facelift procedures. As we age the collagen in our skin decreases leading to deeper lines, sagging and folding skin that lacks in elasticity....
  • Non-invasive Anti-Ageing and Skin Rejuvenation Treatments anti aging laserThe Private Clinic discusses a range of non-invasive anti-ageing and skin rejuvenation treatments.
 
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