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The Fleet Street Clinic - 20 Years of Clinical Excellence
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The Department of Health is to set up a regional network of experts on Lyme Disease to support GPs and hospital staff with diagnosis and treatment, following the recent spike in cases of the disease #lymedisease

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Ill-fitting footwear can cause problems with the back, ankles and knees. A podiatrist can advise on the right kind of shoe to alleviate any existing issues in these areas and minimise the chance of future problems. Click the "Contact Us" button to book an appointment with our experienced Podiatry team.

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Employee well being is key to a productive and successful business. Read more about the top 5 benefits the Fleet Street Clinic's occupational health service can provide to employers and employees here:

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A leading paediatrician at University College London has warned that over-use of paracetamol-based medicines to treat mild fevers in children could lead to serious health problems in later life - more information here:

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We're celebrating our 20th anniversary with 20% off spectacle & sunglasses frames (excludes lenses). Offer valid until 31st December 2015.
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Having a dog or cat can be good for childrens' health, according to a recent study, reducing the risk of allergies and making them less likely to get coughs and colds or to need antibiotics.

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Are you going to the #Rio2016 Olympics? Brazil is a Yellow Fever risk zone - find out more about the Yellow Fever vaccination from our medical director, Dr Richard Dawood, in this film. Always book a travel consultation before your trip for expert medical advice

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Planning a nice lie-in this Sunday? Look away now! Changes to your sleep routine could increase your risk of diabetes and heart disease, according to a new study by the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism - more here:

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Encouraging news in the fight against Malaria. US scientists report the breeding of a malaria-resistant mosquito, using gene editing method to add a new "resistance" gene to the mosquito's DNA. Book a travel consultation with one of our experienced travel team if you're travelling to a high risk zone.
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