This article was published in the May 2017 edition of Medical Observer, under the title, “NSAIDs: Is there a catch?” (pp. 62-63). (PDF)
The following article was published in The Conversation:
Monday’s medical myth: yoghurt cures thrush
By Michael Tam
Vaginal thrush, or “vulvovaginal candidiasis” is a common condition, with around three-quarters of women experiencing an episode in their lifetime.
Many readers may be familiar with the unpleasant symptoms of vaginal thrush – vaginal itching and burning, “cottage cheese” discharge with a yeasty smell, inflammation of the vagina and vulva, and pain while passing urine or having sex. Continue reading
I was quoted in an article written by Charis Palmer, News Editor on The Conversation titled, “Well-known antibiotic amoxycillin found to be inffective cough treatment“.