Tag Archives: General practitioner

The Eyes have it part 1

This follows on my earlier post “The Eyes Have It – Introduction” and I hope readers will find it useful. So, Gentle Reader, you have had your annual retinal photograph, you have survived the demon drops and – thanks to … Continue reading

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GP care in England ‘faces funds catastrophe amid cuts’

The GP system in England is facing a “catastrophe” because of cuts in funding, doctors’ leaders are warning. Analysis by the Royal College of GPs suggests that over the past three years, investment in general practice has fallen by £400m … Continue reading

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New early warning test to tackle diabetes

I found this article earlier and although the principle is a positive step forward in the prevention of type 2 diabetes,it can only really be useful as a tool in conjunction with correct dietary advice and the correct dietary information is … Continue reading

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