Useful tips and articles on health conditions, such as helping you understand what cholesterol is. Fun facts about bones and arthritis - plus the warning signs and much more...
Dr Gerry Saldanha, Consultant Neurologist at Benenden Hospital, answers some of the most common questions about migraines.
While plenty of conditions affect both women and men fairly equally, there are some that can be more prevalent in women...
Take a look at these five facts about Diabetes which you may not be aware of...
Here are ten little-known facts you may not know about tuberculosis for World TB Day...
On World Aids Day take a look at some of the facts about HIV and AIDS.
Cataract surgery is one of the most common procedures carried out in the UK.
Diabetes is rarely out of the news these days however there are ways to reduce your risk.
People with chronic illnesses can do a lot to help themselves. Lesley Dobson looks at the positive impact of self-management.
Find out what lies behind this common condition and why we need to be aware of exposure to loud noise.
According to Heart UK, six in ten adults in the UK have high cholesterol - but what does this actually mean?
Every year in the UK, more than 10 million adults see their family doctor about arthritis or a related condition.
Arthritis comes with wide-ranging warning signs that you can look out for, and even help to delay with some simple techniques.
People suffering with painful arthritis can have difficulty in holding, grasping and gripping, causing them to drop things.
Lupus is a disease of the immune system, it's symptoms can include tiredness, rash and pain in your joints.
A closer look at how Fibromyalgia can be diagnosed, and some of the methods of treatment that are currently available.
The symptoms of Fibromyalgia are wide and varied, and often shared by other conditions, helping the illness remain undetected.
Fibromyalgia is more common than Rheumatoid arthritis, yet our understanding and awareness of the condition is limited.
You may be able to sing along to Dem Bones, but just how much do you really know about the skeleton?
It affects two in every 100 people, yet very little is known about psoriasis and, as yet, there’s no cure.
Find out more about causes and treatment options, with our Q&A with the College of Optometrists.
Losing command of your bladder may be upsetting, but this common condition is rarely untreatable.
Every year about 150,000 people in the UK will have a stroke. Stroke survivor Shirley Holden, 59, describes her road to recovery.
Tuberculosis (TB) rates have stabilised in recent years, but the UK still sees more cases than most Western European.
As a high-flying law student, Anna Watterson never imagined she'd be diagnosed with tuberculosis.
Professor Peter Davies shares his expertise on tuberculosis and the multidrug-resistant strain of the disease.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition that affects almost half of the population.
At benenden hospital, first-class specialists are on hand to help with all kinds of gynaecological issues.