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Receiving the all clear after breast cancer treatment marks the end of a long journey of therapies and possibly surgery. It can leave you with a mix of emotions ranging from relief to a fear of the unknown. Some people also describe the feeling as one of loss, after such a long and regular timetable of appointments and treatments. read more about Life after Breast Cancer
Anal fissures are a common condition that affects many people, regardless of age or gender. It is a painful and uncomfortable condition that can cause significant discomfort and embarrassment. read more about Understanding Anal Fissures: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment Options
The common symptoms that accompany an enlarged prostate gland can cause emotional as well as physical distress, but when lifestyle changes are not enough to tackle the problem, a minimally invasive surgical technique is offering hope for men to get their lives back on track read more about Expert Interview: Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate (HoLEP) with Marios Hadjipavlou
Hip dislocation is a severe injury that can significantly affect one's quality of life. It occurs when the ball of the hip joint is forced out of its socket, resulting in intense pain and discomfort read more about How to reduce the chance of hip dislocation: a comprehensive guide
Hip bursitis is a painful condition that can significantly impact your daily activities. It occurs when the bursae, which are small fluid-filled sacs located near the hip joint, become inflamed. read more about How to prevent hip bursitis
Endometriosis is a condition that affects 1 in 10 women of reproductive age in the UK. Despite it being fairly common, it can be difficult to get diagnosed. According to the charity Endometriosis UK, it takes on average, eight years to get a diagnosis of endometriosis. read more about How is endometriosis diagnosed?
In this article, King Edward VII Hospital's consultant Miss Aimee Di Marco, an Endocrine Surgeon who specialises in thyroid and neck nodules, explains what thyroid nodules are, who may experience them and treatment options. read more about The Expert Guide to Thyroid Nodules
It’s commonly known that exercise can be beneficial for all aspects of our health. From improving general health, maintaining a healthy weight and improving mental health, it can help prevent serious conditions such as strokes and high blood pressure. read more about How exercise can minimise arthritis joint pain
Christmas is meant to be a time of joy, a time to socialise with family and friends over food and drink. But more than a third of Brits (35%) are left with a bad taste in their mouth as the festive season exacerbates digestive complaints. read more about Christmas cramps: A third of Brits with digestive problems say symptoms get worse over Christmas
With colder temperatures, shorter daylight hours and the festive season upon us, it can sometimes feel harder to stay motivated and maintain an exercise routine. However, if you’re looking to keep rested and improve sleep, you should be focusing on your physical activity routine. read more about How to exercise for a better night’s sleep