Introduction section to health advice articles
Common Foods containing FODMAPs
FODMAPs are a group of sugars that are not completely digested or absorbed in our intestines. When FODMAPs reach the small intestine, they move slowly, attracting water. When they pass into the large intestine, FODMAPs are fermented by gut bacteria, producing gas as a result.
Self-treatment of Benign Positional Vertigo
This article has instructions for patients after office treatments using Epley or Semont maneuvres.
Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease
Information from the Ministry of Health on hand, foot and mouth disease. What to do if you're pregnant, the symptoms and treatment