Do you constantly have watery eyes? It can be embarrassing if you always look like you are crying! We've asked one our top ophthalmologists Professor Harminder Dua CBE what it means exactly if you're eyes are producing an excessive amount of tears.
In the UK, short- or long-sightedness is quite common and many people need to use either glasses or contact lenses to help them see better. But are there more options available now to correct your eye-sight? Mrs Dalia Said explains more.
If you live with irritable bowel syndrome the antibiotic Rifaximin can be taken to manage symptoms such as flatulence and bloating. The drug can also be used to treat travellers' diarrhoea meaning you don't need to fear travelling to exotic locations. Here, expert gastroenterologist Dr Aathavan Loganayagam explains how the drug works.
These days, it's very easy to become a victim of cyberbullying through the means of platforms such as Facebook or Whatsapp. One of our top psychiatrists Dr Lars Davidsson explains why some people might feel the need to bully and the impact that it can have on someone's mental wellbeing.
Presbyopia affects normal vision at close range and develops with time, it usually affects individuals older than 40 years. It is becoming more common as a result of an ageing global population but also because of the increased use of computers, mobile phones and tablets. We spoke with top specialist Mr Aris Konstantopolous to find out what exactly causes Presbyopia and some of the alternatives to glasses.
Bloating is a common sensation that many of us have experienced. While it's very rare that it's a sign of something serious, it's valuable to know when to see a specialist for advice. Dr John Martin, a gastroenterologist, explains the causes of bloating so that you know when to seek medical help.
The human heart usually has a steady rhythm. However, problems can occur if it starts to beat too quickly. Atrial flutter is the sensation of rapid heartbeats and here, leading cardiologist Dr Boon Lim guides you through what this condition is, why it requires treatment, the success rates of treatment and more.
Kienbock’s disease occurs when the lunate bone in your hand doesn’t receive enough blood. After reading this article by Mr Nicholl, an orthopaedic surgeon and specialist in hand and wrist surgery, you’ll understand the factors that contribute to the development of Kienbock’s disease, its symptoms and its treatment.