Easter Special

Easter. A time for celebration. A time for chocolate eggs, hot cross buns, Easter bonnets and er...bunnies. Why bunnies? Apparently, the Easter bunny was celebrated in pre-Christian times as a symbol of new life during spring. Why the bunny? It was the most fertile animal known at the time. You can find out more at here.

How many chocolate eggs are you going to eat this Easter? Check your weight with our Body Mass Index calculator

12 causes of erectile dysfunction in young men
The figures state that the older you are, the more at risk you are from developing erectile dysfunction (or ED) however this doesn’t mean – if you are below a certain age – you should feel alone. Studies have also suggested that an increasing number of men between the ages of 25-35 are being diagnosed with the condition, especially linked to other notable physiological factors not strictly related to age taking hold. In fact, official figures from the Journal of Sexual Medicine have found that 1 in 4 patients diagnosed were under the age of forty with half of those having severe ED.
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Cold sores
Cold sores are caused by the herpes simplex virus. They occur in people who have been infected with the virus in the past, usually as a child. The virus lies dormant in the nerve cells which supply feeling to the skin. Intermittently it tracks down these nerves and causes a blister on the lips or other facial areas.... [More]

Conjunctivitis - The Red Eye
Inflammation of the eyes is most commonly caused by conjunctivitis. One of the distinguishing features of conjunctivitis is the ‘gritty’ sensation it causes in the eye rather than pain. You should be able to see normally with conjunctivitis, if not, there is probably a more serious condition present. It is vital that you seek prompt advice if you suffer a sudden deterioration in your vision.... [More]

Depression
Depression is a disorder of mood. It affects up to 15% of the general population at any one time. It is twice as common amongst women than men.... [More]

How to deal with acne
Some people are not bothered by spots, others feel very upset by having relatively few. It doesn’t matter what other people think about your skin; what counts is how you perceive your skin. We are keen to help you get the best possible result from your treatment.... [More]

Manic depressive illness
Sufferers experience severe mood swings. These mood swings may be low as in depression or high resulting in periods of exaggerated elation. These high periods are known as ‘manic’ phases. Many sufferers have both high and low phases, but some will only experience either depression or mania.... [More]

Transplants
Transplants are one of the most miraculous achievements of modern medicine.
They involve the donation of organs from one person to another and typically enable nearly 3,000 people to take on a new lease of life in the UK every year.... [More]


 

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