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FAQs on Iron

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:56

In this article we will try to solve the most frequent doubts about iron, its study and what problems can bring us both excess and lack of iron.

Is it possible to eat healthy at work?

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:39

At present, it seems that we are living an epidemic of obesity, diabetes and other ailments that could easily be avoided simply by eating a balanced and healthy diet.

Creatinine: How does it affect our Muscular System?

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:04

Creatinine is a substance found in muscles and its main function is to nourish and fill them with energy. When creatinine is degraded, due to the natural metabolism of the muscles, it is transformed into creatinine, a substance that is often produced by the body and that is filtered by the kidneys and released through the urine.

Allergy after Sun Exposure

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 11:04

Sun allergy is a much more frequent condition than you would think. This disorder is called polymorphous light eruption. It is an abnormal reaction of the organism to sunlight, giving rise to various skin lesions. Although it is known as allergy to the sun, because the symptoms are very similar to those of an allergic reaction, it is not a true allergy.

Handling Stress the Right Way

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:23

Stress is defined as a feeling of tension, both physical and mental. It is a reaction of the body to a certain situation. Although punctual stress may even be beneficial for health, when it intensifies and / or lasts a long period of time, it can be dangerous for us.

Understanding Rare Diseases: Scleroderma

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:03

When we talk about mysterious, rare and strange diseases, we cannot omit mentioning scleroderma. This pathology that can appear at different stages of life, can cause irreversible damage to our body. Throughout this article, we will talk about what scleroderma is, as well as what its symptoms, treatments, risk factors and causes are.

Why is your Poop so white?

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:40

The color of the feces provides information about the state in which the digestive system is, as well as other organs of the human body. Thus, a change in color, such as white stools, is a condition that requires medical attention since it indicates the presence of a certain anomaly or disease.

What are the symptoms of a Brain Tumor?

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 10:01

The symptoms of a brain tumor can vary considerably from one patient to another. This is going to depend on the type, size and location of the tumor.

This week get a 10% discount on ALL products

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 17:28

This week DMS has a great opportunity for you to consider and take advantage of.  From May 6th to May 12th we will have a 10% discount on our entire inventory.  It is a great opportunity for you to get that product you have wanted to buy for a long time at an even cheaper price than usual.

What exactly is lactose and how does it affect the body?

Submitted by Stephanie Arroyo on 08:36

The sugar that is present in the milk of all mammals is called lactose. From the technical point of view, it is a disaccharide composed of two molecules: glucose and galactose. When we consume it through food, it goes to the intestine, where it is absorbed by the bloodstream and used by the body so that the cells function correctly.