Everybody does it, but not everybody talks about it: peeing. The colour, smell, amount, and control of your pee can provide clues about your health. And while people may often have questions or concerns about their urine, it can be uncomfortable and awkward to bring this up with a specialist. So in our latest blog post, we sit down with Mr David Yates, Consultant Urologist, to answer frequently asked questions, and take the awkwardness out of a difficult subject.
Breast reduction surgery can help women who are unhappy with the shape, weight or droop of their breasts by making them smaller and more lifted. Mr Andrew Morritt, Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Claremont, answers the most frequently asked questions.
Blepharoplasty surgery, commonly known as an eyelid reduction, is an operation to reshape the eyelids. But what exactly is the surgery, what's involved in the procedure and are there any risks involved? Mr Sachin Salvi, Consultant Ophthalmologist, answers the frequently asked questions.
You may have heard of floaters or flashes, and chances are you have either had one of them or know someone who has. But what are floaters and flashes, how do they come about and what can be done about them? Mr Kurt Spiteri Cornish, Consultant Ophthalmologist at Claremont, takes a closer look.
For nutrition and hydration week 2021 (14 to 20 June), we talk to Mark Mortimer, Head Chef at Claremont, about the importance of nutrition in meals
What are the most common causes of back pain and what treatment is available for people with these conditions? Mr Lee Breakwell, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Claremont, takes a closer look.