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Cervical Cancer Awareness Week - Why A Smear Test Can Save Your Life

Cervical cancer is the fourth most common form of cancer in women. Although cervical screenings are registering increasing attendance lately, one in four women skips their smear test. A smear test can save your life, and it is the most effective way to prevent cervical cancer. During Cervical Cancer Prevention Awareness Week, Mr Andrew Pooley, Consultant Gynaecologist at New Victoria Hospital, kindly reminds all women about the importance of smear tests and provides us with important updates on early diagnosis.

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How To Manage Knee Injuries During Ski Season

For some of us, the first snow flurries of winter are a clarion call to donning our kaleidoscopic ski gear and hitting the piste post-haste. Nothing can curb our enthusiasm for the adrenaline rush that skiing and snowboarding offer. We become fearless warriors facing the decent, squaring up to mother nature with a glint in our eye and the wind in our hair. 

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Obesity Awareness Week - The Most Effective Bariatric Surgery Treatments

Obesity is considered a top-priority public health emergency worldwide. Today marks the beginning of Obesity Awareness Week, and much more can be done to treat this condition. Lifestyle changes alone are not enough to halt the obesity epidemic, and surgical options are growing in popularity as the most effective treatments for long-term weight loss results. Mr Georgios Vasilikostas, Consultant General and Bariatric Surgeon at New Victoria Hospital, shares some insightful data on the most effective weight loss surgery procedures.

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Five Reasons To Pamper Yourself In 2020 With Cosmetic Treatments

Aesthetic treatments are a great way to improve your appearance, maintaining a natural look. If your New Year resolution includes better self-care and wellbeing, we offer five reasons why you should include cosmetic treatments in your 2020 plan.

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