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Six common signs of kidney stones

Around one in 10 people in the UK develop kidney stones. However, many people don’t realise that their symptoms are caused by kidney stones.

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Men’s health

What is knee arthritis? Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Tim Waters explains

Mr Tim Waters, explains what osteoarthritis of the knee is and how it's treated and what measures are taken before surgery is considered.

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Bones and joints

Why is my vision blurred?

Fleeting blurred vision is a common experience and can happen when we first wake up.

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Vision and eye health

How to stop heavy periods

It can be hard to know if you have heavy periods, medically known as menorrhagia.

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Women's health

High blood pressure: causes and symptoms explained

Many people don’t realise that they have high blood pressure, despite around a third of adults in the UK having it.

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Heart health

Moles: when should I worry?

Moles are small growths on your skin and most of the time, they’re harmless. However, they can sometimes develop into cancer.

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Cancer

Five tips to live a healthier and happier life

Small and simple changes to your lifestyle can not only make you healthier, they can also make you happier.

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Women's health

What is trigeminal neuralgia?

Consultant Neurosurgeon, Mr Nik (Nikunj) Patel, explains what trigeminal neuralgia is and how it can be treated.

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General health

What is a healthy, balanced diet?

Being told to eat a healthy, balanced diet is common advice, but what exactly does this mean?

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Lifestyle management

10 foods to help boost your health

There’s an old saying, ‘you are what you eat’, and as a rule of thumb, if you want to enjoy good health, you should try to eat healthy food.

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Men’s health

Hip pain when running: causes and symptoms

Running is a great form of cardiovascular exercise and can also help lift your mood.

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Bones and joints

Pain after colonoscopy

A colonoscopy involves passing a thin, flexible, tube-like telescope (colonoscope) into your colon via your back passage (rectum).

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General health

Surgery for ACL

Mr James Murray, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, explains what anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery is and why it might be needed.

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Bones and joints

When should you worry about nosebleeds?

Nosebleeds are fairly common and most people will experience them at some point in their life.

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Ear, nose and throat

How to reduce your risk of skin cancer

Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world.

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Cancer
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