14 February 2020
Does your heart skip a beat or start pounding and racing every once in a while? Palpitations are quite common and can be related to your emotional state. Palpitations can be concerning, especially if you are in the middle of your Valentine’s date. But what if you experience them all year long? On Valentine’s Day, our Consultant Cardiologist Dr Roy Jogiya tells us why palpitations might happen, how to control them and when it is advisable to see a specialist.
13 February 2020
We are offering free mini consultations for Plastic, Bariatric (Weight loss) and Vein Surgery
07 February 2020
“Cold hands, warm heart”, they say. But for some people, cold hands, and often feet, are signs for a more serious condition. Winter is usually the worst time of the year for people suffering from Raynaud’s Syndrome. During Raynaud’s Awareness Month, Dr Shahid Jawed, Consultant Rheumatologist at New Victoria Hospital, provides some guidance on how to manage this annoying condition.
03 February 2020
Ringing, buzzing, clicking, hissing or whooshing in your ears? You are not alone. Tinnitus is an ailment more common than you think, and it can compromise the quality of your life. Oddly enough, the more you focus on it to make it go away, the worse it gets. Here is some information on the causes of tinnitus and a list of 7 things that can make it easier to live with tinnitus, provided by Mr Parag Patel, ENT Surgeon at New Victoria Hospital.