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Medical Advice and Guides by Doctor-4-U For Your Health

  1. Saxenda vs Mysimba: What’s the Difference?

    Saxenda vs Mysimba: What’s the Difference?
    Saxenda vs Mysimba - What’s the Difference? Losing weight can be a real struggle for many of us. In 2017, 67% of men and 62% of women in the UK were classified as being either overweight or obese. These statistics are rather frightening when you consider the serious health implications associated falling into those categories, such as the increased risk...
  2. Men’s Mental Health – The Contributing Factors to Mental Health in Men

    Men’s Mental Health – The Contributing Factors to Mental Health in Men
    Mental health is influential for all genders, but there are social and biological factors which means the ways it can be changed depends to a certain extent on whether you are a man. The Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey from 2014 found that one woman in five has a common mental health disorder (such as PTSD or depression), while for men...
  3. Viagra vs Cialis: What’s the Difference Between them?

    Viagra vs Cialis: What’s the Difference Between them?
    Viagra vs Cialis - What’s the Difference? Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a very common problem, affecting approximately half of men at some point in their lives. There is a wide range of treatment options available for helping people to manage their ED, the most popular of which is medication. In this article, we discuss two of the most widely used...
  4. How far can you overcome spinal cord injuries?

    How far can you overcome spinal cord injuries?
    The spinal cord is a complex part of the body which is integral in allowing people to move around properly, but it is also very sensitive to injury if it occurs. A lot of people know this already to some degree, even if they’ve never personally experienced issues with their own spinal cord before. That’s probably due to what has...
  5. Spinal Cord Injuries Awareness Day

    Spinal Cord Injuries Awareness Day
    Most people will suffer from back pain from time to time, but it's rarely anything serious. Most types of back pain that the majority of people experience can go away either on its own, or with painkillers, physiotherapy and gentle exercise, but there are times that none of these things can help. For spinal cord injuries awareness day, we’re going...
  6. Women’s Mental Health - The Contributing Factors to Mental Health in Women

    Women’s Mental Health - The Contributing Factors to Mental Health in Women
    Mental health problems affect both men and women equally, but there’s no denying that there are different factors which contribute to female and male mental health problems. There are separate social and biological factors in men and women which means there are gender differences in mental health. More women are likely to be depressed than men, and more men are...
  7. Sun Cream – Choose the Best Lotion for You

    Sun Cream – Choose the Best Lotion for You
    Summer so just around the corner, and whether you’re jetting off to warmer climates, or enjoying the sun from your own back garden you're going to need sun cream. We’ve armed ourselves with information about sun lotion and how to make sure you stay safe whilst enjoying the weather. There’s a lot of choices these days when it comes to...
  8. Mental Health Awareness Week - 10 Ways of Practicing Self-care for Mental Health

    Mental Health Awareness Week - 10 Ways of Practicing Self-care for Mental Health
    During mental health awarness week 2019, we want you to know that your mental health is as important to you as your physical health, and it’s important that you look after it. However, with mental health problems affecting a large part of the population world-wide, it’s sometimes easy to get overwhelmed by your thoughts and feelings, especially during the darker...
  9. Fibromyalgia and Insulin Resistance – The Missing Link?

    Fibromyalgia and Insulin Resistance – The Missing Link?
    This week, it was reported that a new study has uncovered a potential link between two conditions – fibromyalgia and insulin resistance. The study comes from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, and has only just emerged as new research. Until now, fibromyalgia (also known as fibromyalgia syndrome or FMS) has been described as a “long term condition...
  10. World Asthma Day 2019

    World Asthma Day 2019
    Today marks World Asthma Day which gives us an opportunity to explain a bit about this condition which affects around 5 million people in the UK, the treatment options out there, and how we as a community can help asthma sufferers. Asthma is debilitating, life threatening, but very manageable with the right treatment. Understanding the condition is the first step...

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