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My New Book Live Well to 101

Life expectancy is on a steep upwards curve; but if we do live longer then we need to do everything we can to make sure that we live well to a ripe old age. This is a book about what the medical obstacles are to a healthy old age and what we can do about them. Dr Dawn offers simple, …

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It’ll be all white on the night!

Thanks so much to Cotswold Life for helping promote our Gala Dinner at Cheltenham Racecourse to find out more about the event have a look at this article. Its all in aid of Action Medical Research and is on the 1st of July you can book tickets HERE

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Stand up 2 Cancer

All smiles on stage raising money for stand up 2 cancer on the big night, the discomfort and hardships of the island quickly forgotten and all for a great cause!

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HRT & Breast Cancer Study

You may have picked up on the news that a recent study has highlighted an increased risk of breast cancer for women using hormone replacement therapy. I recently did an interview with Paul Ross on TalkRadio that may help you better assess the risk but please go and see your GP if you are worried.

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My New Women’s Health Clinic

I am just putting the final touches to setting up a private women’s health clinic in central London if you would like to know more or register your interest please drop us an email and we will keep you posted. We will be adding a dedicated clinic section to the site once the clinic is up and running so watch …

How many calories do you really consume?

A report this week from the Government’s Behavioural Insights Team suggests that many of us are underestimating just how many calories we consume on a daily basis. I don’t think that’s because we are deliberately lying but I think it’s more that we forget to include the snacks between meals and those calories really can stack up. In fact it …

Gloucestershire antibiotic prescribing down 8%

There is real concern in the medical world that we are running out of new antibiotics and as more resistant bugs, like MRSA and clostridium difficile, emerge this could have disastrous consequences for the health of the nation. Just 100 years ago, before the widespread use of antibiotics, life expectancy was much shorter than today and people didn’t die of …