A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in June 2014 has shown that breakfast might not be the 'most important meal of the day' at least for those who are already overweight.
Just under 300 overweight or obese participants were asked to follow their usual daily routine, to fast until 11am or to have a breakfast. There was no discernible weight loss difference between the groups though the breakfast group did tend to be more active.
Thank you to all those who completed our patient survey this year - we collected 39 responses from patients over the two weeks of the survey and we
Antibiotics are the wonder drug of the last century, but is their time coming to an end?
Though immunisation fairly claims the crown for saving the most lives, antibiotics have allowed us to live without the fear of life-threatening infections. Gangrene, Leprosy and Tuberculosis - all were killers and now are treatable, but are the good times coming to an end?
We are currently seeing very high numbers of patients especially young children presenting with influenza symptoms, typically:
A recent study published in the British Medical Journal has been widely touted as recommending 7 or more portions of vegetables per day.
A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association casts a little doubt on the safety of Sildenafil, a commonly used erection tre
A study published in the British Journal of Cancer this week has suggested that eating organic foods may not reduce cancer risk - one of the key co