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Angina Pectoris - Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment
Having Angina Pectoris? It could be a sign of impending Heart Attack

Angina pectoris or simply angina occurs when the heart muscle (myocardium) fails to receive a sufficient supply of blood required to carry out the given level of work

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Prediabetes Causes Symptoms Treatment
Prediabetes - Can you prevent type 2 diabetes?

Prediabetes can be better described as a condition where the blood sugar levels are higher than normal but still not high enough to exceed the threshold used for diagnosing or classifying diabetes.

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Fatty Liver Disease Guide
Fatty Liver Disease - All you need to know

Fatty liver disease or steatosis can be described as the build-up of excess fat in the liver cells, affecting nearly one in every 10 individuals, the disease has increasingly and rapidly escalated into a global health issue.

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Cervical Cancer Guide
Cervical Cancer - A Comprehensive Guide

Cervical cancer is most commonly caused by infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV) – which 1 in 2 people will likely to contract at some point in their lives.

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Travel Vaccinations UK Residents
Travel Vaccinations - A Must Have for International Travel

Ideally, 8 weeks prior to your travel date is a good timeline to take the vaccines. The key factors that determine the type of travel vaccinations you need before your journey are:

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The UK vaccination & Immunization schedule 2019
The UK Vaccination & Immunization Schedule 2019

Vaccination or immunization helps the immunity in our body to react faster than it could naturally do, to recognize the pathogens quickly and eliminate them from the body.

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Endometriosis - Symptoms, Causes, Treatment
Endometriosis - Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

Endometriosis, is a disease which affects women and is characterized by an abnormal growth of endometrial cells outside of the uterus.

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Amenorrhoea - No Menstrual Bleed
No Menstrual Bleed? It could be Amenorrhoea

Amenorrhoea is a condition prevalent in women of reproductive age characterized by the absence of menses. It can also be described as a lack of 'periods'. When there’s an absence of periods, it’s the body's way of sending out a distress signal to indicate that the problems run far deeper.

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Well Man Clinics London UK
Well Man Clinics - What should you know?

A Well Man Clinic is a health centre designed for men which offer a range of preventive health check-up tests for men. Each Well Man Clinic offers its personalised selection of tests which helps in identifying any early signs of diseases while also providing you with an evaluation of your overall state of health.

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Haematuria (Blood in Urine) In Men
Haematuria (Blood in Urine) In Men – A Definitive Guide

Haematuria in men basically refers to the evidence of blood in the urine. It occurs when there is a presence of RBCs (red blood cells) in the urine. Usually, when there is 10 or more number of RBCs in a high-power field, it is considered to be abnormal and must be taken seriously and treated urgently.

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Norovirus
Norovirus (Winter Vomiting Bug) UK 2019 - Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

As per the Health Protection Agency (HPA), it has been reported that 130 – 250 norovirus outbreaks are reported annually in the UK while affecting between 600,000 and a million people in the UK every year.

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GOP hormone treatment for diabetes and obesity
New hormone injection helps obese patients to lose weight in just 4 weeks

An injection has helped patients who are diagnosed with diabetes and obesity to decrease their body weight and glucose concentrations. The results were obtained from a small study where obese patients lost an average of 4.4 kg. What is the most astonishing aspect of it? This has caused significant improvements in blood glucose levels; in some patients falling close to normal concentrations.

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What is Arrhythmia?

An arrhythmia – also known as irregular heartbeat or cardiac dysrhythmia – is characterized by the occurrence of a series of irregular heartbeats. It's said to occur when the electrical signals which are sent to the heart & responsible for controlling the pacing of the heartbeats stop functioning correctly.

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Measles in the UK
Measles - A Comprehensive Guide

Measles is a highly contagious disease caused by infection with the measles virus. In the absence of vaccination, it mainly affects the children although people of any age who are not immunized can be infected. Being an endemic disease, this unpleasant condition is continually found across infants and children.

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