CANCER symptoms can often be mistaken for less serious health conditions, but recognising any signs and going to see your GP can help you catch the disease in its early stages. There are six symptoms you need to know.
VITAMIN B12 deficiency symptoms can be mistaken for less serious health problems, but left untreated complications can occur. One sign that could be easily missed is in the toenails.
HIGH blood pressure symptoms don’t always show, making it difficult to detect the condition, but if a severe increase in blood pressure happens four signs may occur. Ignored or left untreated this can lead to a stroke.
TYPE 2 DIABETES symptoms may not be obvious for many years and can be mistaken for less serious conditions. But recognising all the warning signs is very important because left untreated, life-threatening complications can occur. One sign to be wary of can be evident in your urine.
ARTHRITIS pain affects around 10 million people in the UK. Adding this Christmas snack to your diet could reduce and lower your risk of arthritis joint pain symptoms, including inflammation and restricted movement.
TYPE 2 diabetes symptoms tend to develop slowly, which can make spotting them difficult. Left untreated, the condition can lead to serious complications, so recognising signs as early as possible is very important. One sign that can indicate the cognition is in the armpit.
VASCULAR dementia symptoms can start suddenly, or develop over a long period of time. The condition is at the centre of new BBC drama ‘Care’, starring Sheridan Smith, this evening. but what is vascular dementia, and what are the causes and signs to look out for?
VITAMIN D deficiency symptoms aren’t easy to spot because they can easily be mistaken for less serious health problems. Left untreated, the condition can lead to major complications. Four signs that can indicate a vitamin D deficiency are in the eyes.
LIVER cancer symptoms tend not to be noticeable until the disease has advanced. They can also be mistaken for less serious health conditions – there are eight symptoms you may not usually associate with the killer disease.
LUNG cancer symptoms don’t tend to show until the tumour in the lungs has grown. But sometimes, when the disease has advanced and spread outside the lungs, a host of symptoms not related to the chest may be the first to show. Here are six to watch out for.