Aches and Pains

Unfortunately, it's impossible to completely avoid the occasional ache or pain, whether you slept in a funny position, did too much manual labour, or your body simply lets you down one day. Most of the time, these discomforts will go away on their own with a bit of rest and recuperation. However, sometimes our bodies need a bit more help, so it's always good to know a bit more information so that you know when it's time to seek help from a healthcare professional.

Man with a glass of water and looking uncomfortable from a sore throat


Ear pain and earache are generally more common in children but affect everyone at one point or another. Earache usually isn’t a sign of anything serious and is often a side effect of something else, such as a cold or flu.

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Sore Throat

Having a sore throat is never something we want to wake up to. So it’s handy to be aware of the common and not-so-common causes. In this article, we go into detail on the different ways a throat can feel sore, and the different reasons this may be.

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Back aches and pains are no joke, and they can put a dampener on your day. Most commonly, back pain is caused by muscle strains, poor posture, or repetitive movements. Sometimes, it's due to underlying conditions like herniated discs or arthritis.

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We've all experienced that pesky sensation. Whether you're a frequent sufferer or the occasional recipient of a head-thumping surprise, dealing with headaches can be a real, well, headache.

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Ingrown Toenail

Have you ever felt like your toes are causing more trouble than they should? An ingrown toenail happens when the edge of your toenail grows into the surrounding skin instead of growing straight. It can cause pain, redness, swelling, and even infection.

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It's important to understand that migraines are more than just a regular headache – they can be incredibly unpleasant and debilitating, especially if you experience them frequently. In this article, we aim to help you better grasp the concept of migraines.

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