Category Archives: Long Term Health


Until a safe and effective CoViD19 vaccine has been developed, identifying antiviral medications that help patients would be a great tool for medical teams. We have become familiar with names such as Remdesivir and Hydroxychloroquine from mentions in the news. … Continue reading

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DeCaf Coffee Would you be surprised to discover that decaf coffee is in fact not 100% caffeine free?  I know I was when I first found out a few years back at a conference. Unfortunately, if you were under the … Continue reading

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Menopause Support

Bad Sleep? At a Menopause Society conference many years ago, I heard a talk given by a nurse who recommended that women with PMS should add magnesium to their diet in the form of supplements. She also mentioned that the … Continue reading

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High Strength Vitamins and Minerals

20th October New High Strength Pills and Potions? We may soon be noticing an increasing amount of high strength vitamins and minerals hitting the shelves; these are rumoured to be in the pipeline from pharmaceutical companies. I presume that these … Continue reading

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Reducing the Number of Medicines We take

23rd September 2016 I was totally intrigued by Dr Chris van Tulleken’s programme last night – this guy is exactly the sort of GP who should be cloned and made available to all consenting NHS patients! Whilst recognising the need … Continue reading

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