Dementia, a syndromal diagnosis, has multiple and varied risk factors and pathologies. Therefore, the most promising current strategy for dementia risk reduction is to target known risk factors.
12 February 2019
Domestic and family violence affects all types of people, regardless of gender, culture or sexuality. It is complex and there is no quick-fix solution.
07 February 2019
Erectile dysfunction is projected to affect more than 350 million men worldwide by 2025. The prevalence increases with age, starting at 10% for men younger than 40 years to at least 50% for men older than 70.
06 February 2019
Depression is one of the most disabling medical conditions worldwide.1
30 January 2019
Burn injuries are common in the paediatric population, and are associated with significant morbidity and mortality.1
18 January 2019
Deciding when to order brain imaging in general practice should, in theory, be relatively straightforward: most current guidelines rely on the identification of âred flagsâ, that are aimed at providing clarity.1,2
14 January 2019
Wernickeâs encephalopathy is an underrecognised and undertreated acute neurological condition.
19 December 2018
Sally, a 32-year-old married woman, presents for management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). She had been experiencing a range of gastrointestinal symptoms such as loose stools, vague generalised abdominal and pelvic pain, discomfortÂ and bloating.
18 December 2018
Mary, a 64-year-old widow, presented for routine cervical screening and, as part of a âwell womanâ check, we discussed the risks and benefits of screening for osteoporosis.
17 December 2018
After menopause, many women experience a drop in their libido. This can be accompanied by orgasmic dysfunction, with or without pain, due to vulvovaginal atrophy.