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  1. Survivor reactions to traumatic events

    If you have survived a traumatic event, whether you were injured or not, it's important to recognise that trauma also causes emotional harm. Survival is often associated with complex emotional reactions that cause distress and make it hard to resume everyday life after the event. These are known as ‘survivor reactions’.

  2. Sweat

    Sweat's main function is to control body temperature.

  3. Swimmer's ear

    Swimmer's ear can be triggered by exposure to water or mechanical damage due to overzealous cleaning.

  4. Syphilis

    Information about syphilis - includes who is at risk, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention. If left untreated, syphilis can cause serious health issues and congenital syphilis in babies.

  5. Syringomyelia

    Syringomyelia is the growth of a cyst in the spinal cord that may result in paraplegia or quadriplegia if not treated.