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Fitness / 29.01.2019

[ad_1] Dr Zeshan Qureshi (pictured) battled depression after treating sick newborns A prominent paediatrician has slammed the appalling rate of suicide among doctors.Dr Zeshan Qureshi, 33, claims doctors are twice as likely to take their own lives as a non-medic - a fact few take seriously.  Working as a paediatrician, Dr Qureshi has tragically gone to the funerals of many sick youngsters, but has also mourned the loss of colleagues who passed away from suicide. 'I have attended the funerals of children who...

Fitness / 29.01.2019

[ad_1] Diabetes is a common condition that affects almost four million people in the UK, and 90 per cent of all cases are caused by type 2 diabetes. It’s caused by the pancreas - part of the digestive system - not producing enough of the hormone insulin. Insulin is needed to convert sugar in the blood into useable energy. You could be at risk of diabetes symptoms if you often have erectile dysfunction, it’s been claimed.Erectile dysfunction could be caused by type 2 diabetes and high blood sugar,...

Fitness / 29.01.2019

[ad_1] The NHS has launched a TV advert encouraging people to phone 111 or visit the website if they feel unwell instead of going straight to a doctor or hospital.Its entertaining 'Help Us Help You' commercial shows a man with stomach pain being given conflicting advice by different medical staff in his imagination.Health officials hope the new online service will direct people to the right type of medical care instead of people going straight to A&E unnecessarily.The advert comes as cold weather has arrived in Britain and the...