Urinary incontinence can be triggered by many different factors such as coughing, sneezing, laughing or moving suddenly as well as being related to an urge or sudden desire to go to the toilet. It can also be caused by certain medical conditions or from damage to the bladder.
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Snoring is a common complaint. If you snore, it can disrupt your sleep and that of your partner. But snoring is sometimes more than a sleep-disturbing annoyance. It can sometimes be a sign of a hidden health condition that’s more serious.
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Over the last few years, there has been a rapid increase in the number of people following gluten-free diets, reflected in an increased consumer demand for gluten-free food products and recipes.
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Coeliac disease is a condition that causes the small intestine to become inflamed, meaning that it’s unable to absorb nutrients from food that the body needs.
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Urinary incontinence can affect both men and women and there are various different types of the condition.
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Side effects from having surgery for prostate cancer are common. They don’t happen in all men, but some men can experience complications such as erectile dysfunction after surgery.
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Geraint Thomas, Welsh cyclist and defending Tour de France champion, was involved in a cycling crash during the Tour de Suisse last month, which forced him to drop out of the race and threatened his chances to compete in this year’s Tour.
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Strawberries and cream for breakfast, Pimms and lemonade for refreshment and a buzz of anticipation and excitement in the air. It can only mean one thing — Wimbledon is about to begin. The oldest tennis tournament in the world, and one of the most celebrated, it continues to attract thousands of spectators and TV viewers across the globe.
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Endometriosis and adenomyosis both affect the female pelvis but are separate gynaecological conditions with some differing symptoms.
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Painful sports injuries or pain caused by soft tissue or bone problems can be debilitating, difficult to manage and cause a great deal of stress and upset.
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