Women's Health

Stay on top of your health with our tips, advice and Q&A’s with leading women's health Consultants.

Acne scarring, sun damage or wrinkles – dermabrasion might be the non-invasive, non-surgical cosmetic treatment option for you… Read more

Crunches and dieting aren’t the only ways to get a flatter stomach. Find out why more British women are choosing a tummy tuck to tighten their midriff… Read more

A mammogram, or digital mammography, is a type of x-ray used to diagnose breast cancer.… Read more

Breast Cancer is the single biggest cause of cancer in the UK, affecting around 55,000 women every year – and around 1 in 8 women in their lifetime. The good news is that improved awareness and treatments are helping… Read more

Although cosmetic surgery procedures are increasingly common, and no longer the preserve of the rich and famous, the decision to undergo a cosmetic procedure should not be taken lightly… Read more

The short answer is of course, no. Liposuction is not designed as an easy way to lose weight. BUT if you are of normal weight but just can’t shift stubborn areas of fat through diet and exercise then liposuction will effectively remove fat permanently, sculpting your body and improving your self-confidence… Read more

Your knee is the largest and most complex joint in your body. It’s also one of the most important, allowing us to walk, run, sit and stand. But with four major ligaments connecting three bones to allow a series of movements, there’s lots of potential for damage to occur… Read more

Think of Christmas dinner and you’ll most likely think of a table groaning under the weight of countless unhealthy treats… Read more

December is a joyous month of parties and celebrations with family, friends and colleagues. Indulging yourself in tasty nibbles and a few festive tipples is all part of the fun. However… Read more

The obsession with charting temperatures to establish your most fertile time. The anguish every month when your period comes. The feeling that literally everyone you know who wants a baby has one… Read more

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, affecting around 48,000 women each year . Thanks to new treatments and improved diagnosis, survival rates are improving, with 85%  of those diagnosed now living for at least five years… Read more

With a long, cold winter of coughs and sniffles just around the corner, it’s a good idea to start packing your diet with these immune system boosters now to help beat the bugs… Read more