Brought on through changes in hormone production, menopause is a natural transition that most women will experience in their lifetime, marking the end of the menstrual cycle. Perimenopause is the phase that leads up to menopause and is normally whe...Read More
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For many of us, making a few small changes to our daily routines and sleeping environment can improve our quality of sleep. But for others who suffer from sleeping disorders, medical intervention might be needed. Professor Michael Polkey at OneWelbec...Read More
Whether it be through friends, family or social media platforms, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is often associated with various rumours, half-truths and misconceptions. This can make it hard for you, as a patient, to know what to believe. In th...Read More
While there may be many different types of bone disorders, some are a lot more common than others. Over time, these bone disorders can lead to debilitating symptoms like chronic pain and even, at times, be disabling. But what causes them? And can t...Read More
Dr Iqbal Malik, Medical Director of OneWelbeck Heart Health outlines the new service we are offering which will help patients lower 'bad' Cholesterol (LDL) in the blood, to help prevent cardiovascular events, such as a heart attack, unstable angina o...Read More
The thyroid is an important gland in your body that is responsible for regulating various functions. Therefore, suffering from a form of thyroid disorder can wreak havoc on your health. Thyroid conditions can range from mild to severe, so seeking t...Read More
Consultant Cardiologist, Dr Iqbal Malik, explains why a quarter of the population are now wearing heart rate wearables.Read More
Not so easy to get right, and not just the push of a button. It is important to get this right, Over-treating blood pressure can lead to dizziness and falls, but under-treating blood pressure risks heart failure and strokes.Read More