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Is there a cure for Hayfever?

The summer months are full of activity for most of us, all of which can be adversely affected by the suffering brought on by severe hay fever symptoms. Currently, there…

What are thread veins? How do you treat them?

Thread veins are a common problem that affects up to 88% of women and 79% of men. They are very fine visible veins lying in the skin. They come from…

Top Lifestyle Changes to Help Improve Your Cholesterol

Having high cholesterol increases your risk of developing heart disease and heart attacks. Medications can help improve this, but if you would first rather make changes to your lifestyle in…

Does my child have autism?

According to the NHS Information Centre, autism is estimated to affect around 1% of the UK population. Often the first people to question if a child is on the autistic spectrum are the child’s parents or carers.


It’s a big tick from the CQC

Shropshire’s only independent Private GP provider pass inspection with flying colours The practice was inspected in May 2018, now the report has been published and it is pass for the…

PSA Testing

PSA Test is a standard part of our Wellman Test. New figures reveal that 11,819 men now die from prostate cancer every year in the UK, compared to 11,442 women…

Diet Survey Reveals third of UK adults ‘underestimate calorie intake’

ONS Diet Survey Reveals the UK underestimates how many calories we comsume. A third of people in the UK underestimate how many calories they are eating, according to an analysis…

Driving Anxiety

If you feel anxious driving Sam Leedham may be able to help. Last year in the UK nearly 500 people every day were injured in reported road accidents. The statistics…

Registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC)

The Care Quality Commission are the independent regulator of health and social care in England.They make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care…