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Crohn’s Disease: How to spot the symptoms

25 February 2014

London Bridge Hospital Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr Bu'Hussain Hayee speaks to Huffington Post about Crohn's Disease, and how to spot the symptoms after reality star Samantha Faiers is diagnosed with the condition

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Samantha Faiers and Crohn’s Disease

25 February 2014

The Only Way is Essex star Samantha Faiers has recently been diagnosed with Crohn's Disease, a digestive problem that affects over 100,000 people in the UK. Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr Bu'Hussain Hayee speaks to Female First

Crohn’s Disease: The facts

25 February 2014

Following The Only Way is Essex star Samantha Faiers' announcement that she has been diagnosed with Crohn's Disease, London Bridge Hospital Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr Bu'Hussain Hayee talks to the Daily Express about the condition, and how it can affect you

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Can eating nuts reduce the risk of Pancreatic Cancer?

20 February 2014

It has been suggested that eating nuts could reduce the risk of developing Pancreatic Cancer by up to a third. London Bridge Hospital Consultant Oncologist Dr Nick Maisey speaks to the Huffington Post

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Heart Health Month: Advice from the experts

04 February 2014

As National Heart Month continues, London Bridge Hospital Specialist Dietitian Robyn Coetzee speaks to Huffington Post about bad eating habits that can affect your heart, whilst Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Tom Stevens talks about the importance of managing stress levels

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Can a lack of exercise cause cancer in women?

04 February 2014

Recent news reports suggest that a lack of exercise, can be a key factor in the rise of cancer in women. London Bridge Hospital Consultant Medical Oncologist Dr Anne Rigg discusses exercise, and the effect it can have, with Female First

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7 ways to keep your heart happy and healthy

31 January 2014

To mark the start of National Heart Month, London Bridge Hospital Consultant Cardiologists Dr Sundip Patel and Dr Jonathan Byrne speak to So Feminine about how you can keep your heart happy and healthy

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London Bridge Hospital and National Heart Month

03 February 2014

This February is National Heart Month, an annual campaign by the British Heart Foundation to raise awareness of all heart and circulatory diseases. London Bridge Hospital specialists in Cardiology, Psychiatry and Dietetics speak to Female First about key symptoms and how to manage the key risk factors

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