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Blood in pee campaign

22 July 2019

It is important for you to be aware of the various signs and symptoms of any type of cancer, as catching it early can make a huge difference in the prognosis. We are urging you all to be aware of blood in your pee and not to be embarrassed.

Blood in pee campaign

Memory clinic with Dr Singhai

16 May 2019

Here at Spire Harpenden Hospital we have recently launched our new memory clinic, allowing patients to receive a comprehensive assessment of cognition and brain health with Dr Soumit Singhai.

Memory clinic with Dr Singhai

Getting your life back on track

26 April 2019

Whether it was caused by a winning kick in football, or just by lifting something heavy, back pain affects most people at some point in their lives. Mr James Langdon is a Consultant Spinal Surgeon at Spire Harpenden Hospital, he sees patients with back pain during every clinic. Here he explains the commonest causes of back pain and shares some top tips on how to manage acute back pain.

Getting your life back on track

World asthma day

25 April 2019

Tuesday 7 May bring us World Asthma Day, with the key focus to raise awareness of the symptoms as well as directing people to the correct help. We discussed frequently asked questions with Dr James Ramsay, Respiratory Consultant here at Spire Harpenden Hospital.

World asthma day

Inspiring Hertfordshire Finalists

10 April 2019

Here at Spire Harpenden Hospital, we are very happy to announce that we are finalists for two Inspiring Hertfordshire awards, presented by the Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce.

Inspiring Hertfordshire Finalists

The 'hay fever’ season is nearly with us!

08 April 2019

Hay fever is the common name for allergic rhinitis which causes a runny itchy nose with sneezing and itchy, watery sore eyes. It is triggered by plant pollen in the spring and grass pollen in the summer. It can be hugely distressing and incapacitating in some individuals.

The 'hay fever’ season is nearly with us!

All you need to know about hernias

01 April 2019

A hernia may not produce any symptoms at all, and is often found when a doctor examines a patient for other reasons. Symptoms include a swelling that typically occurs after physical activity, and pain, which again is often worse after physical exertion.

All you need to know about hernias
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