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Is Red Yeast Rice an alternative to statins?
Dr Iqbal Malik investigates.Learn More
Do different types of hay fever present at different times of the year?
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.Learn More
Mr Chadwan Al Yaghchi
Mr Chadwan Al Yaghchi is a Consultant in Laryngology and Head and Neck Surgery at OneWelbeck ENT.Learn More
The chest x-ray is one of the most common tests requested in patients with either suspected or established lung diseases.Learn More
X-rays: How do they work and what are the risks?
X-rays provide the medical profession with a powerful diagnostic tool and can be utilised to help identify, diagnose, monitor, and even treat many pathologies.Learn More
An X-ray is an imaging test used to produce images of the body, particularly the bones and joints, chest, abdomen and pelvis.Learn More
Hand and Wrist Team
Each Orthopaedic Consultant specialises in conditions of the hand and wrist so you will see the right consultant, first time.Learn More
Smoothing lines and wrinkles
Smoothing lines and wrinkles may be important to reduce the evidence of photo damage to the face. These changes tend to occur due to increasing age and increasing exposure to UV radiation.Learn More
Aspirin – is it worthwhile?
Aspirin is one of the most commonly-used drugs internationally, but what does it actually do and how effective is it? Dr Iqbal Malik investigates.Learn More
What is cholesterol and how does Inclisiran work to lower it?
Inclisiran is a new cholesterol-lowering drug, the first of a new class of treatments using RNA interference to boost the liver’s ability to remove harmful cholesterol. Dr Iqbal Malik, Consultant Cardiologist at OneWelbeck Heart Health, takes a closer look at cholesterol and the effectiveness of Inclisiran.Learn More