Senior doctors of the city, however, maintained that deteriorating hygienic situation in the metropolis was triggering the incidence rate and that unassuming citizens were turning vulnerable to the relevant ailments
at steady pace.
A spokeswoman for Teesside's two GP-led clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), which decide where money should be spent on primary healthcare services locally, said: "Over the winter period [between December 2014 and April 2015] Hartlepool and Stockton on Tees and South Tees CCGs took part in supporting a countrywide pharmacy based minor ailments
scheme, locally named the Seasonal Ailments
It advised the public to avoid exposure to the sun during the four hours of the day when the sun is at its peak to avoid heat-related ailments
Sera Roberts, clinical lead for the Dwyfor area, said: "Pharmacists are experts on all kinds of ailments
and medicines and give professional health advice quickly.
Welsh Government Health Minister Mark Drakeford has launched a new Choose Pharmacy service, which encourages patients in north Wales and the Rhondda Valleys (Betsi Cadwaladr and Cwm Taf Health Boards) to consult a participating community pharmacy, rather than their GP for common ailments
Even after the researchers accounted for depression in some men, those reporting numerous PTSD symptoms experienced substantially more heart ailments
than the others did, the scientists report in the January Archives of General Psychiatry.
Long before the birth of what we call medicine, people had many methods for healing physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual ailments
In McLeod, the insured had been receiving medical care for various ailments
prior to the effective date of coverage, including a consultation with her physician for arm numbness on Feb.
79-151, in which the taxpayer was not suffering from any specific disease or ailment
and participated in a weight-loss program merely to improve his general health and appearance.
In repeating this accusation Wharton appears to have accepted the medical professions' tendency in the modern era to perceive that ailments
are caused by complex interactions among biological and social phenomenan, but to place the responsibility for overcoming these societally created diseases on the shoulders of individual sufferers.
don't discriminate by creed, race, or gender; however, societies tend to wrongfully discriminate against those suffering from such disorders.
Finally, while they tend to serve clinicians well when a patient has one ailment
, they often give unrealistic differential diagnoses when they have more than one clinical disorder.