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Non-Emergency Chest Pain. Dr Kamal Chitkara answers the FAQs

16 November 2018

Symptoms of heart disease are often ignored because of the common misconception of cardiac symptoms. The best example of this is ‘chest pain’, the most well-known symptom of heart disease. If chest pain is due to coronary artery disease (Angina), the vast majority of patients do not regard their chest symptom as sufficiently severe. Patients usually believe heart related chest pains should be severe, debilitating and recurrent. None of these features are necessarily true, but can sometimes serve to reassure patients who often may be in denial, often describing their heart symptoms as ‘indigestion’ or ‘heartburn’.

Non-Emergency Chest Pain. Dr Kamal Chitkara answers the FAQs

Make a move in movember - keep talking and start walking!

02 November 2018

Men are being urged to talk the talk and walk the walk, to highlight health issues that are causing thousands of premature deaths in the UK. It is part of this year’s Movember campaign, where men grow moustaches to encourage awareness of killer diseases such as prostate and testicular cancer as well as poor mental health.

Make a move in movember - keep talking and start walking!

Ingrown toenails - Mr Gary Boon answers the FAQs

19 October 2018

Ingrown toenails are a common condition in which the nail penetrates the skin at the side of the nail plate (sulcus). This causes a foreign body reaction and can result in pain, redness, swelling, infection and hyper granulation tissue. In growing toenails most commonly affect the big toe in adolescents and men more than women.

Ingrown toenails - Mr Gary Boon answers the FAQs

Cataract FAQ's with Mr Pavi Agrawal

10 September 2018

What is a cataract? A cataract is a cloudiness or opacity in the normally transparent lens of the eye. This is a natural ageing process that occurs in all eyes usually over the age of 60 years. Sometimes a cataract can form at a younger age, and this is usually associated with other conditions such as diabetes, inflammation in the eye, steroid use or trauma to the eye.

Cataract FAQ's with Mr Pavi Agrawal
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