Survival rates for leukaemia are continually improving thanks to modern therapies. This article looks at the different forms of leukaemia and how the disease is treated.
This medicine is used to treat stubborn forms of acne, however it must be used carefully due to its side effect profile. This article profiles the drug and how it should be used.
Stress fractures often go undiagnosed and are a common problem in athletes. This article looks at common sites for stress fractures and how they can be prevented.
This medicine is used to treat urinary tract infections such as cystitis. This article profiles the medication, the side effects, and how it should be taken.
Heavy periods are a common problem and can effect your quality of life. However, help is available. This article looks at what treatments can help.
Painful periods are common in young women but there are treatments available to ease cramps. This article looks at the cause of the condition and what can be done to help.
Sudden infant death is a tragedy of which the exact cause is unknown. Much can be done to reduce the risk. World expert Associate Professor Ed Mitchell outlines the current understanding and research.
Electrolyte solutions are used to replace water and salt lost from vomiting and diarrhoea. This article looks at the different products available and how they should be used.
There are several different products available to treat dry eyes. This article profiles these and how they should be used.
Sports shoes need to be tailored to the type of sport you are involved in and your own walking style. This article provides advice on buying good footwear.
This article provides a practical outline of useful exercises to help prevent common problems (e.g. stress incontinence).
Sexual abuse of children is a tragedy. This article by DSAC (Doctors For Sexual Abuse Care), outlines where to turn and provides a list of doctors in different regions who can help.