Why Should You to Keep One of Your Child's Asthma Inhalers at School?
30 September 2018
If your child knows how and when to use their inhaler if they have an asthma attack, then your GP may have agreed that your child is now old enough to carry their own inhaler with them.
While you may be confident that your child can treat their own asthma problems and is sensible enough to keep the inhaler safe and handy, your GP may tell you that you also need to give a spare inhaler to your school.
Taking Care in the Sun When You Have Skin Cancer
30 August 2018
Skin cancer is one of the more survivable forms of cancer, but it's still a scary thing to go through. If you've recently been diagnosed with it, you'll already be getting advice from your doctor on how to deal with the condition, and you may have started whatever treatment you've been recommended.
Chances are, you've also developed a bit of an aversion to the sun. As the sun is usually what causes skin cancer, and it can make things worse if you already have it, people often become overcautious and try to avoid sunlight after a diagnosis.
Finding Your Perfect General Practitioner Job
3 July 2018
As a general practitioner, your job can vary a significant amount depending on where you're based. With the GP role covering such a large area and one health centre varying so much from the next, there's plenty of room for differences to arise.
When you're looking for a new position, or perhaps your first permanent one, this can make the decision a difficult one, especially if you've already been offered more than one job.
3 Steps To Prepare For Your First Prenatal Visit To The Gynaecologist
22 May 2018
Pregnancy test turned out positive? Your blood tests showing a rising HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) levels? Congratulations! You're having a baby. Now your next step is to visit the gynaecologist to ensure you're on the right track. But when you've never had a baby before, you probably don't know what to do. This guide will help you prepare for your first prenatal visit.
Be Prepared With Details Of Your Medical History