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    Get the right vaccines. Use the NATHNAC website www.nathnac.org.uk. NHS GP can in some case prescribe you Tetanus, Hepatitis A and Typhoid for free but other vaccines...
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    INTERVIEW: Dr. Charlie Easmon about National Health and IVF

    Limited resources. Why no public debate on what the money is spent on?  Medical resource costs increase exponentially but taxation can only increase linearly...

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      Abscess – Causes of an abscess

      Most abscesses are caused by a bacterial infection. However, they can very occasionally develop due to an infection by viruses, fungi or parasites.When foreign organisms such as bacteria enter the body, the immune...

      Scarlet fever – Symptoms of scarlet fever

      The symptoms of scarlet fever usually take two to five days to appear after infection. However, the incubation period (the time between exposure to the infection and symptoms starting)...
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      Abdominal aortic aneurysm screening – When abdominal aortic aneurysm screening is offered

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      Scurvy – Preventing scurvy

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      Conjunctivitis – Diagnosis

      Your GP should be able to diagnose conjunctivitis by asking about your symptoms and examining your eyes. Describing how your conjunctivitis started can help...

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      Heel pain – Treating heel pain

      Treatment for heel pain usually involves using a combination of techniques, such as stretches and painkillers, to relieve pain and speed up recovery. Most cases of...

      Bile duct cancer – Introduction

      Bile duct cancer (cholangiocarcinoma) is a rare but aggressive type of cancer. The bile duct system, or "biliary" system, is made up of a series...

      Subdural haematoma – Introduction

      A subdural haematoma is a serious condition where blood collects between the skull and the surface of the brain. It's usually caused by a...
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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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        Organ donation – Living organ donation

        The shortage of organs has led to more people receiving organs from living donors. Although...

        Festive drinking – Festive drinking

        You can be over the limit to drive on less alcohol than you may think....

        Bell’s palsy – Symptoms of Bell’s palsy

        The symptoms of Bell's palsy can vary – from a mild numbness of the face...

        Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus – Causes of MRSA infection

        MRSA is a type of staphylococcal bacteria that has developed resistance to a number of widely...

        Bowel cancer – Preventing bowel cancer

        There are some things that increase your risk of bowel cancer that you can't change,...

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        Laryngeal (larynx) cancer – Introduction

        Laryngeal cancer is a type of cancer that affects the larynx (voice box). The larynx is part of the throat found at the entrance of the...

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        Rhesus factor disease – Treating rhesus disease

        Treatment for rhesus disease depends on how severe the condition is. In more severe cases, treatment may need to begin before the baby is...

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          Stomach cancer – Medicine guides

          The list below is a combination of the and brand names of medicines available in the UK. Each name provides a link to a...

          Glue ear – Treating glue ear

          For the first three months after glue ear is diagnosed, it's likely that your child won't receive any treatment. However, your child's condition will be...

          Subdural haematoma – Causes of a subdural haematoma

          Subdural haematomas are usually caused by a head injury. Head injuries that cause subdural haematomas are often severe, such as from a car crash, fall or...