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Transgenic Food: Which Side are you On?

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 09:58

Have you ever wondered why in some supermarkets fruit and vegetables look so perfect? The next time you go shopping, see if you stumble over irresistibly red and round tomatoes, peaches so big they look unreal, seedless watermelons and spring fruit in winter. If you find them, stop, observe them and recognize them: they are transgenic foods!

Use and Care of Plasters and Splints

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 09:08

The casts and splints serve to protect the parts of the body that have suffered some type of injury. This allows the healing process to be accelerated, as having it limits the movement of the area, and also helps reduce the pain. The material that is usually made is plastic, cloth, plaster or fiberglass.

Stevia: Best plant for Diabetes

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:51

Stevia is a shrub native from Paraguay. Thanks to the wide range of properties and benefits of its leaves, it has been used for several thousand years as a healing plant. In addition, its leaves have a very sweet flavor, so they are fantastic to sweeten all kinds of desserts.

Dealing with Video Game Addiction

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 09:22

Addiction to video games is known as the compulsive use of video game consoles and games, to the point of negatively affecting personal life and the daily habits of people. It usually affects children and young people.

Never Share these Personal Hygiene Products!

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 11:43

Although we believe that it is a clean element, the bar of soap can accumulate bacteria that can be transmitted from one person to another if the use of it is shared. In this article we tell you what personal hygiene products you should not share with anyone no matter how close you are to them.

Patience and Understanding: Dealing with Nighttime Enuresis

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:06

Night enuresis refers to urinary incontinence at night. Peeing is common in children under 4 but what happens when it continues to happen beyond this period. In our article we will explain how to treat this disorder properly.

Difference between Liposoluble and Water Soluble Vitamins

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:00

Vitamins are organic substances essential for the proper functioning of the body, both physically and mentally. There are two types of vitamins: water soluble and liposoluble. Water-soluble products are present in foods rich in proteins and carbohydrates: cereals, legumes, fruits, vegetables, eggs, fish, etc. As for liposoluble, they are dissolved in fats and are found in food with a high content grade: dairy, eggs, oil, etc.

How to Deal with Acute Sinusitis

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 10:00

Acute sinusitis is one of the main reasons for consultation in primary care. However, its nonspecific symptoms complicate its diagnosis, and because of this sometimes it is not treated correctly.

Back to Basics: Dealing with Hypoglycemia

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 16:14

When the level of sugar in the blood decreases in parameters outside the normal, unpleasant symptoms are experienced. In some cases, the decrease in blood sugar or low blood glucose is usually mild. However, there are situations where these 'downs' can be serious.

The Important Facts of Encephalitis we Should Know

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:40

The first symptoms of encephalitis are very similar to those of a common cold or flu: headache, fever, muscle and joint pain, and fatigue. As the disease progresses without establishing the appropriate treatment, the signs worsen: confusion, seizures, loss of sensation and paralysis in certain areas of the body, muscle weakness, problems with speech, and loss of consciousness.


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