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If your baby is crying and seems in pain, seems hungry but refuses to feed and is often sick then she may have reflux. Watch this short film to learn about infant reflux and how to relieve symptoms in your baby.
In this video interview with a patient living with breast cancer she reveals how multiple radiotherapy treatments helped relieve the pain caused by the cancer that had spread into the bone.
Prostate cancer sufferer, David Childs Hopkins, had no symptoms of prostate cancer at the time of diagnosis. He was only diagnosed after requesting a prostate cancer test from his doctor. There is no doubt in David’s mind that this proactively saved his life. Find out more here.
There are several risk factors of ovarian cancer that may predispose women to cancer development. Family history and diet are just two. Risk factors alone are no guarantee that a woman will or will not develop cancer. Jenny, a cancer patient, had no risk factors or symptoms. This is her story.
There has been a lot of concern about the risks of taking the pill. There was concern at one time, quite a lot of concern about breast cancer for instance.
By the time Sarah was diagnosed with breast cancer in May 2010, it had already spread to her bones. In this short video she tells us how she has dealt with her ongoing treatments, family and day to day life.
Around one in five Britons suffer from hay fever, an allergy to pollen. Find out how to minimise the symptoms of your pollen allergy.
Once your twins or multiples are ready to start school you may be faced with the decision of whether to separate them or keep them together. In the following short film Dr Carol Cooper explains when twins and multiples are better together and better apart.
Are body building pills ripping you off or getting you ripped? Find out if your dietary supplement is working for you or not working for your wallet.
Many television shows for pre-school aged children have educational benefits and can help them learn colours as well as counting. However, television is no substitute for parental interaction. In this short film Dr Carol Cooper answers the common question of should toddlers watch television.