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Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)
Excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis, can be distressing but it’s quite common. Treatments can help lessen the impact of sweating on your life.
Night sweats may be a sign of a medical condition or may be caused by a medication. Find out more about night sweats, common causes and treatments.
Links to trusted information about pesticides, including insecticides, herbicides and fungicides, and what to do if someone has been poisoned by pesticides.
Social anxiety disorder
Social anxiety or phobia is a fear of social situations. People with social phobia can feel anxiety and fear even over everyday social outings.
Dehydration occurs when you don't have enough fluids in your body. If severe, dehydration can cause serious problems. Learn how to spot the symptoms.
Malaria is a disease spread by the bite of infected mosquitoes, which causes an infection of the red blood cells. Find out more here.
Gigantism is a very rare condition that causes children to grow abnormally fast and tall. It can be treated successfully, but they may still have symptoms.
Acromegaly causes parts of the body to grow larger and mostly affects people in middle age. It can be effectively treated, especially if diagnosed early.
Headaches are one of the most common health complaints, but most are easily treated. Find out about the different types of headaches and treatments.
Itchy anus (pruritus ani)
An itchy anus, also called pruritus ani is a common complaint. The itch, in or around the anus, can be extremely intense and persistent, causing a constant urge to scratch. Read about causes, things you can do and when to see a doctor.