In this article, we are going to look at birth control and periods — including what contraception is, why it is used and how it can affect your menstrual cycle. Find out all of this and more with OneWelbeck.Read More
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Heavy Periods: Know Your Normal vs When To Seek Help
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Heavy periods are much more common than you think — 1 in 3 women describe their periods as heavy. In this guide, we will explain the difference between a regular heavy period and when you need to seek further help.Read More
Dr Malik lectures again! This time at CSI-CASPIAN 2023. Dr Malik was invited to give a talk on how to avoid the complication of a permanent Pacemaker after a transcatheter aortic valve procedure (TAVI) for aortic stenosis. Read the takeout's below.Read More
In this article, we will explain exactly what seasonal hay fever is, what the warning signs and symptoms are, and how Dr Rutkowski and the allergy team at OneWelbeck can help you identify your triggers, manage your hay fever and live a full and activ...Read More
Hay fever affects around 1 in 5 people in the UK. Symptoms of it can include a runny, stuffy nose, itchy eyes and even headaches. With so many uncomfortable symptoms, it’s not surprising that people struggle during the peak hay fever season.Read More
The cause of TV presenter Paul O'Grady's unfortunate and sudden death has been confirmed as sudden cardiac arrhythmia, his death certificate states. O'Grady openly spoke about his struggles with heart disease having suffered three heart attacks befor...Read More
How do you know if you have a lack of vitamin D? The Gut Health clinic break down what symptoms to look out for, as well as what it means to have a calcium deficiency.Read More
Shin pain is one of the most common conditions a Sports Doctor will see – particularly during the spring and summer months when runners increase their mileage in the better weather or team sports return to training on harder ground. But what are the...Read More
Anti-Phospholipid Syndrome is otherwise known as APLS or Hughes Syndrome. Dr Iqbal Malik, Consultant Cardiologist and Medical Director of OneWelbeck Heart Health, takes a closer look.Read More