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      Talking about drugs with your child – Talking about drugs with...

      callCreateExperiences();Read transcript for video - Saying no to drugsIt...

      Chronic myeloid leukaemia – Treating chronic myeloid leukaemia

      Imatinib tablets are usually given as soon as you have been diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia, to slow its progression. These tablets are taken...
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      Breast cancer (female) – Living with breast cancer

      Recovery and follow-up Recovery Most women with breast cancer have an operation as part of their treatment. Getting back to normal after surgery can take...

      Pre-eclampsia – Causes of pre-eclampsia

      Pre-eclampsia is thought to be caused by the placenta not developing properly due to a problem with the blood vessels supplying it. The exact...

      CMV – Preventing cytomegalovirus (CMV)

      It's not always possible to prevent a cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection, but there are steps you can take to reduce the risk. Most people don't worry...

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      Impetigo – Preventing impetigo

      As impetigo is a highly contagious condition, it is important to take precautions to reduce the risk of the infection spreading. Stopping the infection spreading The advice below can...

      Prolapsed disc – Symptoms of a slipped disc

      Most people with a slipped disc experience pain on one side of the body that starts slowly and gets worse over time. The pain you experience when...

      Gestational diabetes – Causes of gestational diabetes

      Diabetes is caused by too much glucose (sugar) in the blood.The amount of glucose in the blood is controlled by a hormone called insulin,...
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      Schizophrenia

      Not a split personality. Affects 1% of the world population. John Nash who won Nobel prize suffered from it and wrote papers on ‘game...

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        Knee replacement – Risks of surgery

        As with any operation, knee replacement surgery has risks as well as benefits. Most people...

        Knee surgery, anterior cruciate ligament – Preparing for knee surgery

        Before having knee surgery, you may need to wait for any swelling to go down and...

        Cartilage damage – Symptoms of cartilage damage

        The symptoms of articular cartilage damage include swelling, joint pain, stiffness and a decreased range...

        Kidney cancer – Support for carers

        Caring for someone who's ill can be very demanding due to the broad range of medical,...

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        Tourette’s syndrome – “The urge to perform the tic is overwhelming”

        callCreateExperiences();Read transcript for video - Tourette's syndrome: Joanna's storyJoanna has...

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        Coronary heart disease – Preventing heart disease

        There are several ways you can help reduce your risk of developing coronary heart disease (CHD), such as lowering your blood pressure and cholesterol levels....

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          Abdominal aortic aneurysm – Diagnosing an abdominal aortic aneurysm

          callCreateExperiences();Read transcript for video - Abdominal aortic aneurysm: treating...

          Leg ulcer, venous – Diagnosing a venous leg ulcer

          See your GP if you think you have a venous leg ulcer. The ulcer is unlikely to heal without specialist treatment.Diagnosis is largely based on your symptoms...

          Breast cancer (female) – Treating breast cancer

          callCreateExperiences();Read transcript for video - Cancer treatment: coping with...