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Free patient health event

28 April 2018

Spire Manchester Hospital is hosting a free, no obligation health information event covering a variety of health conditions.

Free patient health event

I think my child has an ear infection...

28 March 2018

Infection in the middle ear space (Acute Otitis Media, AOM) is a common bacterial disease occurring in infants and children. All children are likely to experience one episode, with one third of children experiencing two plus episodes in their first three years of life. Children aged three to seven years are most commonly affected.

I think my child has an ear infection...

What should I do about my haemorrhoids (piles)?

25 January 2018

Most people are under the impression that having haemorrhoids (or piles) is a medical condition. The truth is that everybody has haemorrhoids, and simply some people have larger and more problematic haemorrhoids compared to others.

What should I do about my haemorrhoids (piles)?

"My child has been suffering from repeated sore throats…"

17 January 2018

What is tonsillitis? Acute tonsillitis is the term used to describe viral or bacterial infections of the tonsils in the back of the throat. Tonsillitis is a very common infection in childhood. It presents with a sore throat, fever, earache, tiredness and lack of appetite. Some children may also have stomach (abdominal) pain.

"My child has been suffering from repeated sore throats…"

How can I reduce my risk of developing breast cancer

12 January 2018

This is a very common question in the Breast Clinic. Quite understandably, many women are keen to understand what choices they can make that may influence their risk of developing breast cancer. Although the question seems straightforward, as is often the case in life, the answer is more complicated.

How can I reduce my risk of developing breast cancer
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