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  • Men’s Mental Health

    By Liam Hanrahan – HHD Health Assistant Tis the month of Movember! After over three weeks of groundwork, moustaches of all colours and styles begin to flourish around us. Although this recent addition to your friend’s upper lip may be questionable in terms of looks, the meaning behind the moustache...

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  • Low testosterone

    Testosterone is a hormone produced in men by the testicles. It is often known as the “male hormone” as it is responsible for male characteristics like a deep voice, muscular build, and facial hair. However testosterone has other roles in the body. It keeps bones strong, build muscles, reduces fat...

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  • Webinar – Fertility and Infertility

    Dr. Caroline speaks with Ministry of Skin’s Functional Nutritionist, Melissa Aytan and fertility and infertility.

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  • We are now sending secure messages about your health results. 

    We have introduced a new system for follow up of results.⠀When the doctor receives your results they will look at them. If a non urgent appointment is required, you will get a secure sms powered by @hotdoconline exactly the same as our current recall system. ⠀⠀The appointment does not necessarily mean your...

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  • Online Payments Now Available

    We are excited to announce that you can now pay for your appointment at time of booking online. This should make things much easier for all parties and means we will no longer call you to confirm your appointment as we will also ask you to include the reason for...

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  • Why book in for a Cervical Screening Test?

    By Liam Hanrahan – HHD Health Assistant If you are reading this post then you are probably wondering, what is the point of booking in for a Cervical Screening Test? Also, why should I listen to the advice of a 24 year old who doesn’t even have a cervix –...

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  • Webinar – Perimenopause with Dr. Caroline and Ministry of Skin’s Functional Nutritionist Mel Aytan

    Dr. Caroline and Melissa Aytan discuss Perimenopause

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  • What is breast cancer?

    It is really important to be aware of your breasts and know what is normal for you. In Australia, Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in women and the second most common cancer to cause death in women. Breast Cancer can occur in anyone with breast tissue – so...

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  • August Webinar – Mental Health Advice with Richy Bennett interviewed by Dr Caroline

    Learn how to support your mind holistically in order to enliven your hearts and mind whilst achieving your best health, enrichment and performance.

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  • How to support yourself or others with anxiety and depression

    How are you all at the moment? Be honest, look deep inside yourself and be honest about how you feel? The current times is the perfect storm for many to feel either depressed or anxious or both. If you have struggled with mental health issues in the past or never...

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