God save scientists, for saving our lives, too. Today we decided to pick the most important of recent health innovations. Some of them may shortly become a part of everyday life! What really impressed us… A pocket gluten detector We already figured out that gluten is bad for quite many of us. This card-deck-size device … Continue reading Top health innovations – 2016
Managing allergies in most cases is not that difficult. Just imagine how many people all over the world do that! According to statistics, about 7.8% of adults in the U.S. have hay fever. Worldwide, allergic rhinitis affects between 10% and 30% of the population. About 8% of children have a food allergy. Other statistics is … Continue reading Managing allergies: tips and tricks
Psoriasis is quite a common problem, as far as 2% to 3% of the total population have it. So, we picked most effective psoriasis treatments and tips. Most effective psoriasis treatments Oral medications Since there is no cure for psoriasis, it is possible to manage with oral medications, also known as systemics. Meanwhile, in recent … Continue reading Most effective psoriasis treatments and tips
Erectile dysfunction (ED) rates have gone up during the last decades, among younger men, too. According to a study, one of every four new ED patients is under 40 years old. About 40% of men in their 40s suffer from it, about 50% in their 50s, and so on. So, the older a man gets, … Continue reading Erectile dysfunction: common causes and treatments
We’ve all heard about placebo effect. Since there is more and more scientific evidence of how it works, let’s observe what’s most important. Curious facts It has a long story Doctors have long given patients fake or useless pills. In 1955, an article suggested that a placebo has a real therapeutic effect in about 35% … Continue reading Placebo effect: how it works?