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Top 11 frequently asked questions about acne

Acne is one of the most common skin diseases. Chances are you’ve either heard of the disease, had it yourself or know someone who has been affected by it. Dr Namita Jasani, Consultant Dermatologist at The Holly, answers some of the top frequently asked questions about acne.

Blood in the urine (haematuria): what causes it, what it means and treatment

Haematuria refers to blood in the urine. While it may not be caused by anything serious, it can be alarming to see and still does need to be investigated. But what causes this blood to appear, what should you do if this happens, and how can haematuria be treated? Professor Francis Chinegwundoh, Consultant Urological Surgeon at The Holly, takes a closer look.

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Tinnitus – five things you need to know about ringing ears

Most people have heard of tinnitus, the name for hearing noises that are not caused by sounds coming from the outside world. But where do these sounds come from and what can actually be done about them? Mr Nitesh Patel, Consultant ENT Surgeon and Tinnitus specialist at The Holly, explains.

Top 11 frequently asked questions about acne

Acne is one of the most common skin diseases. Chances are you’ve either heard of the disease, had it yourself or know someone who has been affected by it. Dr Namita Jasani, Consultant Dermatologist at The Holly, answers some of the top frequently asked questions about acne.