Dyspepsia is a very common complaint.
The crying baby presents a difficult problem because it involves two patients needing differing clinical management.
A awareness and treatment of hypertension has been improving for older patients, but hypertension continues in many cases to be poorly controlled.
Inhaled corticosteroids are now recognized as first line treatment for mild to severe asthma.
Mortality and morbidity are high in elderly stroke patients.
Acne affects approximately three out of four people at some stage in their lives.
The Collaborative Group on Hormonal Factors In Breast Cancer has brought together and reanalysed about 90% of the worldwide epidemiological evidence on the relation between risk of breast cancer and use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT).