Ask the doctor: Why that yellow skin is perfectly normal… – Daily Mail

Ask the doctor: Why that yellow skin is perfectly normal…Daily MailDr Martin Scurr has been treating patients for more than 30 years and is one of the country's leading GPs. Here he answers your questions… I've been diagnosed with Gilbert's jaundice — my liver is apparently unable to get rid of the waste in my blood.and more »

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Ask the doctor: Why do my feet feel so numb? – Daily Mail

Ask the doctor: Why do my feet feel so numb?Daily MailThis unbearably itchy eruption goes by the name of pompholyx, which comes from the Greek word meaning bubble, and describes a type of itchy eczema characterised by a rash of small blisters on the fingers, palms or soles of the feet. The attacks can be …and more »

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