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Do you experience persistent acid reflux? Have conventional treatments such as medications failed to help, or even worsened your symptoms? LINX surgery may be the option for you. read more about Acid reflux surgery: why choose LINX?
More and more of us are enjoying the benefits and freedom of running outside, especially since the coronavirus pandemic has meant that many of us have been spending more time outdoors. Running is free, requires no equipment, can be done anywhere, at any time and is a great way to burn calories, manage your weight and get fit. read more about The beginner’s guide to running
The idea of major knee surgery can put golfers off seeking help for knee pain but using the latest surgical techniques, Professor David Barrett, Consultant Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon at King Edward VII’s Hospital, says players can be back on form in a matter of weeks read more about When pain stops play: common knee injuries in golfers
In this article, we speak to King Edward VII’s Hospital consultant, Professor David Barrett, about getting back into your favourite sport after lockdown and how to avoid potential injuries. read more about Avoiding tennis injuries
Diabetic eye disease, also known as diabetic retinopathy, is a condition related to diabetes that can become gradually worse over time. It’s caused by high blood glucose levels damaging part of the eye called the retina, and can be serious if it isn’t treated. read more about What is Diabetic Eye Disease and how is it treated?
IBD, or inflammatory bowel disease is a fairly common condition that affects the gut. There are two main types of IBD – Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Both are long-term health conditions, but with the right diagnosis and care, they can be well managed. read more about Understanding IBD and how you can manage it
Bowel cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the UK. Treatment can be faster, safer and more precise if you’re diagnosed early. read more about Your questions about bowel cancer, answered
Haemorrhoids (also known as piles) are a very common health problem, which affect 80% of people at some point in their lives and several 100,000 people in the UK at any one time. They may be uncomfortable to deal with, but in most cases, they are easy to treat. read more about 5 common causes of haemorrhoids and treatment options
Snoring is a very common symptom that affects over 40% of adults. It is twice as common in men and the likelihood of snoring increases with age. Reassuringly, in most cases it is not harmful to your health, although it may affect you or your partner’s quality of life. read more about Snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA): what’s the difference, and how can you treat OSA?
Almost half of adults in the UK say they have had problems with sleep during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. Even children have been affected, with a recent survey showing that 70% of under-16s are going to bed later and 57% waking later. read more about What to do if you can’t sleep: 5 causes and solutions