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  1. Haemochromatosis

    Haemochromatosis (iron overload disorder) tends to be under-diagnosed, partly because its symptoms are similar to those caused by a range of other illnesses.

  2. Haemolytic uraemic syndrome

    Haemolytic uraemic syndrome (HUS) is a rare condition which can lead to chronic kidney damage or death from kidney failure.

  3. Haemophilia

    All children with severe haemophilia are given preventative treatment with infusions of blood products before they have a bleed.

  4. Haemorrhoids

    A diet high in fibre can both treat and prevent haemorrhoids.

  5. Hair

    Human hair grows one centimetre every month.

  6. Hair transplant surgery

    Hair transplant surgery involves taking skin from parts of the scalp where hair is growing and grafting it to the thinning or bald areas, or areas of trauma.

  7. Halitosis or bad breath

    Having halitosis or bad breath can have a major impact on a person.

  8. Hand, foot and mouth disease

    Good personal hygiene is essential to prevent the spread of hand, foot and mouth disease to others, both for those infected and their carers.

  9. Handwashing - Why it's important

    Washing your hands with soap and warm water can help stop the spread of infectious diseases.

  10. Hay fever

    Hay fever is an allergic reaction to airborne allergens that can occur at any time of the year.