New Research Into Trichomonas, the World’s Most Prevalent Non-Viral STI If someone asked you to name a sexually transmitted infection that is not transmitted virally, you’d probably find two names popping into your head: chlamydia and gonorrhoea. But though these two bacterial infections are alarmingly prevalent across the world, it’s actually trichomonas that tops the… Continue reading Trichomoniasis – Most Prevalent non Viral STI
It is impossible to deny that treatments do not carry risks with them. Anyone who has ever bought a treatment, even as basic as paracetamol, has seen the long list of common and uncommon side effects on their leaflets. Whilst common side effects of most treatments are not alarming, some treatments can produce side effects… Continue reading The Risks of Propecia – Real or Imagined?
Combining NHS and Private Care If you are a UK resident then you are entitled to free treatment on the NHS, except where legislation says that there are charges that must be met, for example prescription charges or charges for eye tests and dental treatment. This is something that cannot be taken away from you. There… Continue reading Going Private
The NHS vs. private health care When the NHS was launched in 1948 it seemed to herald a new golden age in healthcare provision. Its ethos was that everyone in the UK should have access to good healthcare regardless of wealth. When one considers that much of the healthcare provision that many of us take… Continue reading NHS or Private