Doctor’s Blog

Antibiotics – are they right for you?

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As many people are still battling winter coughs and colds, GPs will often receive many requests for antibiotics from patients to treat their illness. While that might be what many...


Is anxiety affecting you?

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Anxiety is common – every one of us has felt anxious at some point in our lives, but for some people anxiety can be difficult to control and can really...


Share love and affection, not infection

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Technology has transformed the way that people, particularly young people, learn about and participate in sexual relationships and it poses new challenges that healthcare professionals face in encouraging a healthy...


How Vitamins Can Help You Improve Your Health

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The general rule for keeping healthy is that we should get the nutrients we need through a balanced diet. However, sometimes that’s not possible, and vitamin supplements are a good...


10 top tips on how to eat yourself healthy

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It’s the start of a new year, and for many of us it’s a chance to kick-start our healthy lifestyle with a diet rich in fruit and vegetables. Here are...


How to beat Blue Monday

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This month brings us ‘Blue Monday’ (21st January) which is considered the most depressing day of the year. This particular date in the calendar makes it a good opportunity to...


New year, new you

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Achieve your health goals in 2019 It’s finally over. You can take off the festive jumper, emerge from beneath the self-imposed cocoon of tinsel and chocolate wrappers. That’s right, the festive...


Important tips about ‘Veganuary’

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Veganism is gaining popularity in the UK, especially in January – otherwise known as ‘Veganuary.’ Many people switch to veganism to be healthy. However, it can easily lead to deficiencies, so...


World COPD Day

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World COPD Day aims to bring more information to people about the group of lung conditions, diagnosis, prevention and treatment. There is currently an estimated 1.2 million people in the...


World Diabetes Day

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World Diabetes Day aims to spread awareness about diabetes. The cause, prevention and impact it has on people’s lives. Diabetes explained Type 1 diabetes occurs when the immune system incorrectly...


How are you feeling? Checking in for World Mental Health Day

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World Mental Health Day returns on 10th October 2018. The World Federation for Mental Health started the campaign in 1992 with the aim of raising awareness of mental health issues,...


Getting to sleep this summer

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In the UK it’s estimated that insomnia regularly affects one in three adults and can be caused by a range of different issues. Environmental factors play a huge part in...


Erectile Dysfunction: What You Should Know

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Despite being a common male health condition, many men find erectile dysfunction (ED) difficult to talk about, or too embarrassed to discuss with their doctor. ED isn’t treated as often...