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Private medical treatment doesn’t have to be complicated. Our guide to going private shows you how to access private treatment, what to think about when choosing a consultant and ways to fund your treatment.

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Men’s health

Heart disease: everything you need to know

According to the British Heart Foundation, heart and circulatory diseases cause more than a quarter of all deaths in the UK.

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Women's health

Mythbusting varicose veins: symptoms, causes and treatments

Varicose veins affect up to 20% of men and up to a third of women in the UK.

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Men’s health

Hernia surgery: when you need it, how it has changed and what to expect

Over 120,000 hernia operations are performed every year in the UK, making it the most common surgery nationwide.

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Bones and joints

Eight ways to prepare for knee replacement surgery

If you’re experiencing reduced mobility and knee pain, you may need a knee replacement.

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Men’s health

Piles: when to get help and what can be done

Piles, medically known as haemorrhoids, is a condition that patients often find embarrassing.

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Cancer

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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