France re-introduces controversial acne medication January 16, 2014 Since 1987, the French-approved drug Diane-35 has not only been used for acne. Because of the hormones it contains, the drug also has a contraceptive effect and was taken by around 315,000 women as birth control pills, according to the French drug regulator ANSM.
Traditional Chinese medicine has a lasting effect on neurological disorders. Polyneuropathy is one of the most common diseases of the nervous system and causes uncomfortable numbness, tingling in the feet and legs and severe pain when walking. In the further course, those affected mostly increasingly lose the feeling of the ground under their feet and thus the ability to coordinate.
The weak heart affects older people in particular 09.11.2013 Shortness of breath is not always harmless. Rather, it can often be a sign of a weak heart. Older people in particular are affected by this weakness, heart failure.
Lent Instructions: How To Do Healthy Fasting And Detoxification During the winter months, a lot of people accumulate hip gold. Gluttony with high-calorie food usually starts at Christmas and often lasts until Carnival. Ash Wednesday is for many people the deadline on which they want to lose weight by fasting and cleanse the body.
Practice for classic homeopathy Bauerngasse 1697616 Bad NeustadtTel: 09771-6889877Email: [email protected] Practice focus: The following are the focus of practice for classic homeopathy: Classic homeopathy. Focus: Child care and chronic illnesses. Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and should not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
Health authorities again warn of Asian slimming products, so-called slimming products from Asia are appearing on the Internet again and again. However, names such as "Super-Slim", "Fat Napalm Bomb" or as currently "Japan Hokkaido - Pill for weight reduction" hide dangerous substances that have life-threatening side effects and are prohibited in Germany.
Ministry: Contaminated eggs have apparently gotten into the market After the dioxin egg finding, the North Rhine-Westphalian Ministry of Consumer Protection fears that contaminated chicken eggs could have reached the retail trade despite all the warnings. A spokesman for the ministry therefore renewed previous warning messages.
Only the electronic health card will be valid from 2014 At the end of 2013, the classic health insurance card will no longer be valid. From the first of January 2014, only the new electronic health card (photo of the insured person) is permitted. The National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Funds and the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians agreed on this.
Fully inpatient treatments for obesity patients increased by twelve percent According to the Federal Statistical Office in Wiesbaden, around twelve percent more patients with diagnosed obesity were treated in Germany in 2009. A total of around 21,000 people were treated as inpatients due to obesity in preventive institutions or rehabilitation clinics.
Chinese medicine helps with stroke prevention and recoveryEvery year, 200,000 Germans receive the horror diagnosis of stroke, which often triggers horror not only for those affected, but also for family members and friends. Many immediately think of lengthy rehabilitation measures or long-term damage, ranging from paralysis to language problems to immobility.
Multiple sclerosis is accelerated and exacerbated by smokingSmoking worsens the course of multiple sclerosis (MS) and causes the disease to progress faster, according to the current announcement by the German Society for Neurology (DGN), citing one now published in the specialist journal "Brain" British study.
Scary photos to stop Australians from smoking Australia wants to introduce the world's strictest cigarette advertising laws. Scary photos of, for example, rotten teeth, purulent ulcers and black smoker's lungs should, if possible, spoil the appetite for the glimmer stem.