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Abnormal CT Scan - Final Update.

After several CT scans, 2 XRAYS and 1 PET SCAN - I finally have a result. Sixtee...

flu vaccine

may i ask was it just the way my gp did the flu vaccine this year or did other ...

Delayed Blue Badge

I submitted a request for a Blue Badge with my local council, filled out lots of...
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Rosie

Hello I thought this photo would brighten any day.Rosie is 2 years old.

Update, Coils rather than Valves?????

More news from my Res. Consultant, she says \"the LVR will not be possible after...

Anyone living with severe bronchiectasis?

Is there anyone out there with severe bronchiectasis? My mother has this conditi...

CT scan results

Hello I am sorry to start a new thread but I could not find a way of uploading a...

Thursday giggle!

This made me laugh!

Hosp pt 3

Well,I never imagined this would turn into trilogy, and a saga. I never got hom...

Investigation in meat processing plant suggests aerosol SARS-CoV-2 transmission in confined workspace.

We describe a multifactorial investigation of a SARS‐CoV‐2 outbreak in a large m...

Most People Mount a Strong Antibody Response to SARS-CoV-2 That Does Not Decline Rapidly.

The vast majority of individuals infected with mild-to-moderate COVID 19 mount a...

When to prescribe antibiotics

Hi dear fellow sufferers. I have a question and am a bit embarrassed to ask as ...

Help me find medical assistance!

It's my first time here. I don't know how it works. But I desperately need to as...

Holiday art class

I’ve never done painting before and me and my sister have just been to an art cl...

Confused asthmatic

Hi, hope someone can offer some advice please. I am a life long asthmatic, quit...

A potter in the woods

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Blue Badge & PIP

Evening everyone, 2 weeks ago i applied on line for a Blue Badge, answered all ...

Medically suspended today

Hi all, Hope everybody keeping safe and well. An update on my situation. I have...

Breath test for COVID-19 provides almost instant results

A study led by Loughborough University has shown that Covid-19 can be detected t...

A new study suggests coronavirus antibodies fade over time – but how concerned should we be?

Newly released research suggests that levels of antibodies against the coronavir...

Cigarette smoke can reprogram cells in your airways, causing COPD to hang on after smoking ends.

Smoking is the most common cause of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, an of...

Being sick bringing up sticky phlegm (IPF)

I have IPF, over the past 4 weeks I have been wrenching/coughing most mornings a...

Hypersensitivity

My husband takes Beclometasone in inhaler form . He uses in the morning,two puff...

Exercising one arm has twice the benefits.

New research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) has revealed that training one ar...

Scientists map structure of potent antibody against coronavirus.

Scientists at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle have shown that ...

High vitamin A, E, and D intake linked to fewer respiratory complaints in adults.

High intakes of vitamins A, E, and D are linked to fewer respiratory illnesses, ...

Powerbreathe IMT

My physio has recommended I use one of these to help with the symptoms of bronch...

Another scan

Hello I had a CT scan 13 days ago on my lungs, I received a letter asking me to ...

Hi my father says he was diagnosed with Emphysema in 1951 whilst doing his National Service, he his now 90, is this possible ?

Could you be diagnosed with emphysema at 20 years old and still be alive at 90?

Study finds over 80 percent of COVID-19 patients have vitamin D deficiency.

Vitamin D deficiency was more prevalent in men. Over 80 percent of 200 COVID-19 ...