Dr David Roche has been a Saga contributor for ten years. He trained in London and then after periods working in Canada and New Zealand was a full time GP in Wadhurst, East Sussex for 29 years. He still works as a GP in East Sussex and also does some work for the management side of the NHS. In 2004 he sailed around the world as part of the Global Challenge.
Dr Roche on whether it helps to give up alcohol when you have gout.
Dr Roche explains what cataract replacement lens are made of.
A reader asks Saga Magazine’s Dr Roche about a soft swelling on his elbow.
Dr Roche explains why doctors are trying to reduce the use of antibiotics.
Saga Magazine’s Dr Roche discusses hydration during sport and exercise.
Why a problem picked up by an optician might be referred to hospital.
Dr Roche on what to do about an impetigo outbreak in the family.
Dr Roche gives some possible explanations for changes in the appearance of eyes.
Saga Magazine's Dr Roche on betablocker side-effects.