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The medic explains a bit more about the different forms of dementia that can affect people.
Many of us suffer from stress on at some point in our lives, so on National Stress Awareness Day, experts give some advice on how to tackle the problem.
As the stroke rates continue to grow in the UK, a new F.A.S.T campaign has been launched to try and improve the response rate at which people receive treatment.
With the introduction of the new swine flu vaccination programme, STV look at the pros and cons of the jag.
Heart attacks are the number one killer in Scotland. Many lives could be saved if more people learned the steps needed to help those having a heart attack.
One in 10 Scottish mothers are choosing to give birth by caesarean despite the long-term effects of the operation.
With the news this week that a Dundee family has had two of their six children taken into care for being overweight, the issue of child obesity in Scotland has been thrust back into the spotlight once again.
As part of Suicide Prevention Week, Dr Debbie and Caroline Morrison discuss the steps people can take to get help if they are feeling low.
One in six couples have difficulty with fertility. Joanne Hill tells her story.
The Hour interviews our resident health expert Dr. Debbie and long-time sunbed user Lauren McDonald on the pros and cons of using sunbeds.
A new type of HRT, which claims to be more natural traditional drug, has hit the headlines after stars such as Oprah Winfrey said they swear by it.
Dr Debbie Wake joins The Hour as a medical expert and hopes to keep viewers up-to-date with all the latest health news as well as answer queries.
As swine flu numbers increase in Scotland, Dr Debbie Wake explains where things stand from a medical point of view