Why do I sweat so much? Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) and its treatment

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Written by Doctify Dermatologist Dr Justine Kluk

What is hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that literally means excessive sweating: “hyper” means too much and “hidrosis” means sweating.

We all need to sweat. If we didn’t sweat we’d overheat

Selfie Surgery Safety

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Are there adverse long-term consequences of Selfie Surgery treatments?
Written by Nia Davies, featuring Dr. Mehta for Doctify

Selfie was added to the Oxford English Dictionary as recently as August 2013. As the concept of

Common Baby Problems

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How Our Experts Deal With Them
Written by Dr Maryam Tribak for Doctify

Every parent experiences it: that fear when you notice a new rash or when they won’t stop crying. Even if you know it’s

Teeth Whitening: How to Get a Whiter Smile

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See what’s faster, stronger, and lasts longer with leading dentist Dr Druttman
Interviewed by Dr Maryam Tribak for Doctify

Teeth whitening, is an obsession dating back to the Ancient Egyptians. The pursuit of a brighter

Movember: A Month All About Men!

 Mr. Laniado      Mr. Chitale        Mr. Poullis 

Featuring Mr. Marc Laniado, Mr. Sudhansu Chitale and Mr. Joseph Poullis
Written by Catherine Meyers for Doctify 

Have you taken the time to take care of the men in your life? This November join the

The Probiotics Revolution

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Insights from a GP
Written by Dr Tim Lebens for Doctify

When it comes to the human body, it can be hard to the wood for the trees. We focus too heavily on one organ, one cellular structure or

All you need to know about Gallstones

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Ask the Surgeon
Written by Mr Khaled Dawas for Doctify

Gallstones are very common and affect more than one in ten adults in the UK at some point in their lives. They form in the gallbladder, which is found beneath

Ask the surgeon: All you need to know about Hernia

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Written by Catherine Meyers for Doctify

Hernia, we have all heard of the condition before. It’s been mentioned here and there in our daily lives, but do we really know what it is? We asked Mr. Khaled