Is it safe to get your breasts screened after getting implants?

A question that is often asked that is usually met with a lot of misinformation is whether it is safe to get your breasts screened after getting implants. Professor Zoe Winters, a consultant breast surgeon and breast specialist, (from our Women’s Health Centre) addresses the common misconceptions about getting your breasts screened after getting implants; and debunks them.

Mammogram - 6 Myths Debunked

Our radiologist Johanna Kelsey debunks six common myths about having a mammogram.
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How does your diet link to cancer?

When it comes to dietary advice, knowing who to trust is important as an internet search about diet and cancer can leave you feeling confused and possibly even scared. For this year’s Breast Cancer awareness month, Jo Cunningham, an oncology and gut-specialist dietitian from The Gut Health Clinic, takes a closer look at the links between diet and cancer, bringing you evidence-based advice as well as answering some common questions.
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Types Of Thyroid Disorders: What Are The Main Conditions And What Causes Them

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 treatment is essential. In this article, join us as we explore the different types of thyroid disorders, detailing what causes them and how they can be managed effectively.
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Concussion in sport – what age group suffers the most concussions?

There are approximately 1 million people in the UK currently living with the long term effects of a brain injury - with concussion being recognised as the most prevalent type, often referred to as a 'mild' injury. Dr. Natasha Beach, Consultant in Sports and Musculoskeletal Medicine, addresses the warning signs of concussion and debunks misconceptions associated with this condition among sports participants.
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A guide to type 2 diabetes: what is it and how to manage it?

It is estimated by Diabetes UK that by 2023, almost 5.5. million Brits will have diabetes, 90% of cases being type 2. Our consultant endocrinologist, and leading weight loss clinician, Dr Saira Hameed, breaks down each myth about type 2 diabetes and helps us to understand what it really is, what lifestyle changes you can make to transform your health, and how to properly manage it.
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