10 Facts About Age Related Hearing Loss In The UK

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If you experience signs of hearing loss or you care for some who you suspect might be affected, it is important to understand hearing loss and age-related hearing loss in particular. In most cases, it is a manageable condition, and with the right care quality of life of the person with hearing loss can remain high.

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An SGPT Test is Important for a Healthy Liver

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Over the years, countless ailments have beset mankind, creating ripples of tension in the minds of the young and old alike. In this scenario, proper care and timely assessment of one's health status is the first requisite for complete wellbeing.

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5 Reasons To See a Therapist When Dealing With Trauma

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Just because your life hasn't ground to a stand-still due to trauma or PSTD (post-traumatic stress disorder) does not mean that you shouldn't see a therapist; rather, seeing a therapist to deal with the grief and emotional pain associated with trauma should be a necessary action that you take. Defined as an event in which you perceive a threat to your bodily integrity, sanity or life, traumatic events can profoundly effect an individual and the way they live day-to-day. 1.

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7 Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask About Tattoo Removals

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If the tattoo you once thought was a good idea is starting to bug you, you've probably been looking into removal options such as laser. As with any type of cosmetic procedure, you want to make sure that you have the information you need to make an informed decision. Having all the details also ensures that you can set realistic expectations. Laser Tattoo Removal: 7 Questions and Answers1.

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The Hair and Scalp Mistakes You Need to Stop Making

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It's not that difficult to let your healthy hair habits fall by the wayside but making some basic changes to your haircare routine can mean that you get to enjoy a fuller, healthier head of hair for many more years. If you want to promote hair growth and keep your scalp healthy, here are a few tips that will prevent you from making some crucial hair and scalp-related mistakes. Professional Tips for a Healthier Head of Hair1. Find the right brushYour hair cuticles are what maintain your hair's moisture levels and prevent damage.

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How Long is a Medical Degree?

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A normal degree at university can take anywhere between 2 to 4 years to complete, but medicine is a completely different story! When you apply for a medical degree in the EU and internationally, most if not all of them last up to 6 years. Why is the UK Different? You may be wondering why 6 years in the EU but only 5 years in places like the United Kingdom? In the UK a 5 year medical degree only covers the pre-clinical and clinical training, they don't offer an internship or supervised training during your degree and it's only after you graduate do you have access to it. After your 5 years you jump into something called Foundation Year 1 and 2 training.

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