Monthly Archives: March 2013

  1. Difficulty conceiving linked to neurological problems in childre

    According to a recent study, children whose parents have difficulty conceiving may be at higher risk of developing mild neurological problems.
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  2. Control of hypertension in diabetic patients

    According to Dr. Javier Salvador, Head, Department of Endocrinology and Nutrition, University Hospital of Navarra, who also claims that up to 80% of people with diabetes are hypertensive.
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  3. Without what internal organs we can survive?

    According to Vatican sources, the newly elected Pope Francisco I was removed from a lung when he was young, but this should not entail neither major health problem now.
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  4. Sesderma presents the first glycolic acid liposome

    Thanks to nanotechnology, the laboratory has achieved Valencian this acid encapsulated in liposomes
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  5. Ratiopharm Guide to the use of drugs

    What is a drug? What are facts? o Who controls the quality of generics? are some questions that are answered in the document, which will be distributed to over 6,000 pharmacies
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  6. Born Women's Unity of Light

    In Spain women live an average of six years longer than men, according to the National Statistics Institute (INE). However, the quality of life for women is significantly lower than that of boys, especially in the second part of life, and that, as reflected in official statistics women often experience a much greater extent chronic diseases or health problems long evolution.
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  7. Cellulaze: ending definitively with cellulite (Video)

    Aging, hormones, genetics and dramatic weight changes can all play a role in the appearance of cellulite.
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  8. Foundation Dexeus exhibition Women Health

    The Foundation Women's Health Dexeus presented today at the Maritime Museum of Barcelona its most ambitious outreach project, the exhibition Being a Woman. Today , a tribute to all women, through a compendium of facts exposed by loud testimonies of real women.
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  9. Obsessive-compulsive mothers

    According to a recent study, the behavior of mothers who repeatedly check if their baby breathes or concerned about bacteria bottles, is quite normal.
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  10. Dr. Kuwayama teach a course in Seville

    This international expert pioneer in assisted reproduction and especially in cryopreservation of eggs for reproductive purposes, by the process known as vitrification.
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