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  1. Providing practical end of life and palliative care at home

    Some people prefer having palliative care at home because of the familiar environment, feeling of independence and close access to family, friends and the local community.

  2. Psittacosis - parrot fever

    People who have birds as pets, poultry workers and anyone working in aviaries or pet shops, are most at risk of catching psittacosis.

  3. Psoriasis

    There is no cure for psoriasis, but it can be well controlled with treatment.

  4. Psychiatrist

    A psychiatrist is a medical specialist who can diagnose and treat mental health issues and emotional problems.

  5. Psychoanalysis

    Psychoanalysis is a treatment based on the theory that our present is shaped by our past.

  6. Psychologist

    Psychologists are educated in the science of how people feel, behave and react.

  7. Psychosis and mental illness

    In psychosis, the everyday thoughts that enable us to lead our daily lives become confused.

  8. Pterygium

    A pterygium is a fleshy overgrowth of the conjunctiva that may affect one or both eyes.

  9. Puberty

    Adjusting to the many changes that happen around puberty can be difficult for both parents and young people.

  10. Pubic lice (crabs)

    Pubic lice (crabs) are spread through skin-to-skin contact and can cause small red areas or sores and itching.