Lifestyle
By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 23/05/2019

Dementia: WHO guidelines on minimising risk

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), there are nearly 10 million new cases of dementia worldwide every year, with...

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By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 11/03/2019

Danish study shows MMR vaccine does not cause autism

A new large-scale Danish study concluded that the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine does not increase the risk of...

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By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 22/02/2019

Teenagers are at risk using cannabis, experts warn

Researchers from UK and Canada carried out a systematic review and meta-analysis that measured cannabis use during adolescence, and evaluated...

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By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 28/01/2019

Eating more fibre and whole grains lowers risk of death and disease, major study finds

Observational studies and clinical trials conducted over nearly 40 years reveal the health benefits of eating at least 25g or...

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Lifestyle
By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 13/01/2019

‘Give HIV the Finger’

HIV is a virus that attacks the immune system, the body's defence against infectious organisms and other invaders. If HIV...

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Lifestyle
By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 07/11/2018

Is Obesity A Disease Or A Choice?

Obesity is a very important public health problem. The rates are now very high, with over 25% of the UK population and 33% of the US population classified as obese.

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By Charles Bosco / 03/10/2018

Gogodoc Goes To TechCrunch Disrupt

Our team flew out to San Fransico to attend this amazing event! We had the opportunity to display our services in TechCrunch's Startup Valley which featured various top startups around the world.

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News
By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 27/09/2018

How Accurate Is The ECG Function In The Apple Watch 4?

The new Apple Watch 4 comes with several features, but the one that’s received the most attention is its ability to perform an electrocardiogram (ECG).

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By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 26/09/2018

Go Gold Through Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

The following are some facts and figures for childhood cancers and some suggestions on what you can do to help raise awareness.

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Lifestyle
By Charles Bosco / 12/09/2018

Eat Back The Years With These 10 Youth-Boosting Foods

Want firmer, smoother skin and a brighter complexion? Try these top 10 anti-ageing foods.

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Lifestyle
By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 30/08/2018

Activated Charcoal: The New Black, Or Just Another Quack?

Charcoal? Either I’m missing something or the world’s losing the plot. Because it’s usually the latter, I decided to write this article to rectify the issue.

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By Charles Bosco / 26/08/2018

A Spoonful Of Honey For That Cold

Have you got a cough or cold? Maybe you should think about treating it with good ol' fashioned honey as the old saying goes.

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By Charles Bosco / 21/08/2018

Yes Or No? Vaping From A Doctor’s Perspective

The debate continues to rage on Vaping. Is it safe? Does it help reduce or even stop people smoking cigarettes?? Dr Vibhu Kaushal shares her perspective.

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Lifestyle
By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 16/08/2018

Routine Habits That Harm The Heart

Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), an estimated 17.7 million...

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By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 05/08/2018

Can An Espresso Regulate Blood Glucose Levels?

Headed by Professor Martin Fussenegger, a biotechnologist at ETH Zurich, the researchers created genetically modified cells that are introduced into the body and release insulin as soon as they detect the presence of caffeine.

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Lifestyle
By Charles Bosco / 03/08/2018

Top Tip On Migraine Management

Migraines are common in both children and adults and are estimated to affect up to 10% of the population in the UK.

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News
By Charles Bosco / 30/07/2018

Healthcare For International Students

International students can sometimes face problems seeking healthcare here in the United Kingdom and some are not even aware of...

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Lifestyle
By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 30/07/2018

Is There A Safe Limit For Alcohol?

NHS figures show alcohol-related problems are at a record high Alcohol is a problem – there are no two ways...

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Lifestyle
By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 25/07/2018

Enjoying The Heatwave? Here Are 10 Healing Benefits Of Sunlight

Whereas exposure to excessive levels of sunlight is detrimental to our health, moderate exposure can boost our physical and mental...

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Lifestyle
By Dr Nirmal Vadgama / 25/07/2018

Meat And Health: Assimilating The Facts

Still having dinner according to your grandmother’s advice of ‘meat and two veg’? How very 2017 of you.    ...

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Lifestyle
By Charles Bosco / 23/07/2018

London Taxi And Private Hire TPH/204

As part of your application to become a PCO licensed taxi or minicab driver, TfL requires you to undergo a...

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Lifestyle
By Charles Bosco / 17/07/2018

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Tongue

Let's face it, what would you do without your tongue? It's also the only muscle in the body that works without any support from the skeleton.

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Lifestyle
By Charles Bosco / 17/07/2018

Gaming Disorder And Addiction

The World Health Organization (WHO) has decided to classify and recognise non stop gaming as a real disorder for prevention, and treatment. A...

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