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Dr Miriam Stoppard: ‘It’s getting harder to tell the 2 types of diabetes apart’

As a rule of thumb, type 1 ­diabetes is defined as needing insulin and first appears in childhood or teen age. Type 2, on the other hand, tends to appear in later life, usually middle age, mostly doesn’t require ­insulin and is largely triggered by ­excessive weight. Lifestyle changes can often curb it, so clearly… Read More »

‘I didn’t expect to be told it was Motor Neurone Disease – How was I going to tell my children’

The last few months have undoubtedly been difficult as we’ve all been doing our best to adapt to restrictions placed on us by the onset of Covid-19 – but some people have issues far greater than trying to keep the kids amused while working from home. une 21 is the annual fundraiser for the Irish… Read More »

Early COVID-19 or allergy symptoms? Local doctors explain how to tell the difference – Gainesville Times

You might just have allergies. Dr. Supriya Mannepalli. Telling the difference between allergy and coronavirus symptoms can prove tricky, especially when they overlap. Dr. Supriya Mannepalli, medical director for Northeast Georgia Physician Groups Infectious Disease, told The Times that both COVID-19 and allergies can cause runny nose, scratchy throat and headaches. For those who also… Read More »

When can you tell you have chlamydia

In this condition, you get painful swollen joints. How can I reduce my risk of chlamydia infection? It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. We order all of our genuine medication from official manufacturers and suppliers. Only one STD causes warts, and when can you tell you have chlamydia’s HPV.… Read More »

How to tell if you’ve got chlamydia

Day course of treatment, male tell female condoms can help reduce the risk of STI transmission, contraception clinics or colleges. You should get tested for chlamydia every year or when you change sexual partner, colleges and youth centres. In addition to causing discomfort, you the stomach. I never really heard ve ton about got or… Read More »

Transgender women tell researchers how to increase the uptake of PrEP in their community

Transgender women and transfeminine nonbinary individuals suggested a number of key issues that health services need to address in order to increase the uptake of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) among transgender people. These included addressing the contextual factors associated with HIV in this community, developing more inclusive messaging and imagery, healthcare providers having an ongoing dialogue… Read More »

24 Secrets Pain Doctors Won’t Tell You

Gone with the wind istock/g-stockstudio Before you praise me for curing your back pain, remember this: It may have gone away on its own. Approximately 90 percent of low-back pain subsides within 12 weeks without medical intervention. You are what you eat istock/Eva Katalin Kondoros If you have chronic pain, consider experimenting with dietary changes.… Read More »