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The Doctify Flu Symptoms Checklist and Vaccine Guide

Written by Dr Lisa Anderson for Doctify
With reports flying around about deadly cases of Aussie Flu and, this week, something called Japanese Flu, it can be easy to fall into panic mode. We here at Doctify HQ believe knowledge is power and that the more information people have about the flu, the more equipped they […]

By |January 24th, 2018|Hot Topics, Top Articles|Comments Off on The Doctify Flu Symptoms Checklist and Vaccine Guide

The Key to Losing Weight and Keeping it Off in the New Year

Written by Centennial Medical Care for Doctify
Ah, dieting. Most of us have been there. The good intentions, the healthy eating plan, the optimism – only to plunge face forward into a devil’s food chocolate cake two weeks later. It can make you feel like a failure, especially these days when you’re assailed on all sides […]

By |January 3rd, 2018|Wellbeing & Fitness|Comments Off on The Key to Losing Weight and Keeping it Off in the New Year

Men’s Health Month: Are you Experiencing the Man-o-pause?

Written by Dr Tim Lebens for Doctify

Adolescent behaviour is often put down to ‘too much testosterone’. Acne too. But what happens later in life if you don’t have enough? Dr Tim Lebens, a private GP in London, explains what testosterone deficiency is, and what symptoms to look out for. Could you be going through man-o-pause?

The […]

By |November 14th, 2017|Conditions|Comments Off on Men’s Health Month: Are you Experiencing the Man-o-pause?

Can you Suffer from SAD Even in the Summer?

Written by Dr Martin Saweirs for Doctify
No, that’s not a typo: being sad is a symptom of SAD. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression which, as the name suggests, presents at a certain time each year. It is commonly known as ‘winter depression’. Research shows up to 8 percent of the UK […]

By |August 7th, 2017|Wellbeing & Fitness|Comments Off on Can you Suffer from SAD Even in the Summer?

Inside the Latest Doctify Event: 7 Emergencies GPs Shouldn’t Miss

Written by Catherine Hales for Doctify
Last week, we here at Doctify hosted our second event. Held in our airy, stylish offices in the heart of Camden, ‘7 Emergencies a GP Should Never Miss’ was not only educational but also a chance to network and catch up with colleagues. Members of the Doctify team, alongside our […]

By |June 28th, 2017|Top Articles, In the Press|Comments Off on Inside the Latest Doctify Event: 7 Emergencies GPs Shouldn’t Miss

GP Seminar: Future of Medicine

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Doctify and myGPevents are excited to be hosting an inspirational CPD event together in a great location. The Triangle Building in Camden is a beautiful co-working space and overlooks Camden Lock.
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The future of medicine and futuristic treatments that are already being used in the NHS

PROGRAM:

6:30pm – 6:50pm: Mulled Wine on the terrace overlooking the […]

By |December 8th, 2016|In the Press|Comments Off on GP Seminar: Future of Medicine

My cholesterol is high. Should I be worried?

Interviewed by Gurminder for Doctify

Complex “plaques” are deposits that can form in the walls of arteries. Cholesterol is a key component of these plaques. Over time, they can get bigger and cause narrowing of the arteries. In the heart arteries this can restrict blood supply to the heart muscle leading to angina or a heart […]

By |June 16th, 2016|Conditions|Comments Off on My cholesterol is high. Should I be worried?

Men’s health week: 5 symptoms you should never ignore

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Written by Gurminder for Doctify

British men are paying the price for neglecting their health: more than 100,000 men a year die prematurely. Don’t suffer in silence when there’s help at hand.

Here are five common health issues for men and the symptoms you should look our for.

 

Man Down

We can all go through a time […]

By |June 14th, 2016|Conditions|Comments Off on Men’s health week: 5 symptoms you should never ignore

The First Time My Baby Fell Ill: Dr Martin Saweirs, GP

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Written by Dr Martin Saweirs for Doctify

We seemed to wait longer than most for our daughter to get her first real illness. With my wife and I both being doctors we figured we’d be fine, but we somewhat underestimated things.

At about five months old she picked up one of the myriad of bugs […]

By |March 31st, 2016|Parenting|Comments Off on The First Time My Baby Fell Ill: Dr Martin Saweirs, GP